NOTE: The FINAL Theodore Talk of 2022 will occur on Sunday, October 23rd; the topic is The Evolution of Voting in the United States.
Voting is a foundational activity for democratic countries. However, at the birth of our nation, voting rights were quite exclusive. Stacey Webb, League of Women Voters, will review the numerous struggles for long sought voting rights as we have slowly progressed to include more citizens as voters and more people as citizens. The United States has a complex voting system; Webb will review the many new voting laws enacted this year.
Theodore Talks take place on Zoom the fourth Sunday of each month at 2:30 pm CT. You must register for each lecture with an email address associated with your Zoom account. If you don’t have one, you can sign up for a free Zoom account at: zoom.us/signup.
A list of future Theodore Talks can be found on the Mensa National Events Calendar. There are already seven talks scheduled for 2023, so be on the lookout for the full list in the January issue of the Mensa Bulletin.
Please contact Theodore Talks host Brad Lucht with any questions you may have.