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Democratic Women’s Town Hall Targets Millennials, Generation Z

The D.C. Democratic Women’s Club will hold a virtual town hall Wednesday on the importance of voting among younger generations.

The virtual event — titled “The Power of Next: How to Raise Our Voice Through Votes!” — aims to educate millennials and Generation Z (ages 18-39) on the importance of exercising their political clout, the club said in a statement.

The town hall begins at 8 p.m. EST and is open to the public.

The panel includes Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes; Jennifer Blemur, president of the DC Young Democrats; Adrianna Williams, national lead co-chair of Black Students for Biden; Madison Welborn, Gen Z student activist of Montgomery County, Md.; Nia Evans, New York activist with the Harlem Children’s Zone; and Tulsi Lohani, lead student coordinator, Voice of the Empowered.

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