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May 14, 2021

New York Daily News

By: Jerry H. Goldfeder

External Authors: Fred Davie

In an article titled “Corporations, fight voting curbs: Press statements and symbolic periodic boycotts aren’t good enough,” Stroock election lawyer Jerry H. Goldfeder and Fred Davie, executive vice president of Union Theological Seminary and a member of the Racial Justice Commission of New York City, discuss corporate America’s fight against restrictive voting laws. They argue for less rhetoric and more concrete action, and offer practical steps corporations can take in the fight to preserve voting rights.

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May 14, 2021

New York Daily News

By: Jerry H. Goldfeder

External Authors: Fred Davie

In an article titled “Corporations, fight voting curbs: Press statements and symbolic periodic boycotts aren’t good enough,” Stroock election lawyer Jerry H. Goldfeder and Fred Davie, executive vice president of Union Theological Seminary and a member of the Racial Justice Commission of New York City, discuss corporate America’s fight against restrictive voting laws. They argue for less rhetoric and more concrete action, and offer practical steps corporations can take in the fight to preserve voting rights.

Click here to read the article or download below. 
 

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