For Freedoms Info Session | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

For Freedoms Info Session

Professor Goldberg and MOCA Voter Registration Collaboration

MOCA Cleveland is recruiting volunteers to support For Freedoms, the first ever artist-run Super PAC, founded by internationally renowned artists Hank Willis Thomas and Eric Gottesman. What's a Super PAC? It's when a group of people and/or organizations pool their money together to campaign for or against a political candidate or issue. For Freedoms however is a non-partisan effort that declares art -- in all of its freedom of expression -- is a political act in itself. For Freedoms Super PAC activities across the country have included public events and discussions that encourage political participation and dialogue around critical issues facing America today. Two such events will occur at MOCA Cleveland, and we need your help!
Come hear more about For Freedoms and how you can help by attending a Volunteer Information Session with Deidre McPherson, MOCA Cleveland's Curator of Public Programs. Deidre will be happy to answer any questions you have about the project or MOCA in general. Unable to attend, but still want to get involved, please click here to sign up for a volunteer slot. 
For Freedoms is not affiliated with the University, and the views expressed are the views of For Freedoms and not of the University, and the University does not endorse this or any other candidate in connection with this or any other political campaign or election.


Contact Information:
Alexis Hayman

Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016 from 3 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Glass Lounge
Peter B. Lewis Building
Cleveland, OH
United States
Speaker(s): Diedre McPherson
Sponsored by: Student Experience
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