The Historical Exclusion of Minority Elected Officials & The Modern Fight for Minority-Majority Districts
Date: 8/14/2019; 56 minutes
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This panel discussion features former elected officials, legal and political experts discussing the role of late UCLA professor Leo Estrada in redistricting in California. They say Estrada's work was integral ensuring people of color achieved equal representation in the legislature. Not only was his expertise and data collection essential in understanding the makeup of California communities, but it also proved invaluable in recruiting the best candidates to represent those communities.
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