Speakers at Indivisible Beaufort’s August meeting will take a closer look at the 2020 election including the problems created by gerrymandering.
Michael “Nathan” Campbell, a teacher at May River High School in Bluffton will focus on gerrymandering and what it means to local voters.
A native of West Virginia, Campbell came to Beaufort County seven years ago to teach at Whale Branch Early College High School. He currently runs the Youth in Government, Model United Nations and Academic World Quest programs at the school as well as the Advanced Placement Coordinator.
Also speaking will be Ashley Crary Lidow with WREN, Women’s Rights & Empowerment Network located in Columbia.
Lidow is Associate Director of Policy and Government Relations at WREN and the driving force behind the SC Coalition for Healthy Families. She earned her MA in Public Health at USC and was the 2014 Master’s Student of the Year for Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior.
Richard Hricik, a Charleston lawyer who specializes in wrongful death suits, will speak on “Messaging and Framing of Issues.” He also has taught Criminal Justice and Constitutional Law at Charleston Southern University.
Indivisible Beaufort will meet Saturday, Aug. 3 at 11:30 am, St. Helena Library. For more information contact: JusticeIndivisibleBSC@gmail.com