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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Events You Will Want to Attend


Spirit's HomecomingThursday, April 22,
An Evening with Kang Il-Chul and Lee Ok-Seon
Reception at 6:30
Program at 7:15
McCord Auditorium, Room 306, Dallas Hall, SMU

In our study on Human Trafficking, we learned about the current prevalence of sex trafficking. During World War II, Korean women were taken as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers. They are now in their 90s and are telling their story through a book and a film, Spirits' Homecoming. The SMU Embrey Human Rights Program is sponsoring their presentation at SMU.

Come enjoy Korean foods and the traditional Korean solo dance, Sai Pui Yi, along with tributes to the "comfort women" victims.

The presentation is free and open to the public.

Mobilizing Dallas to Bring Significant Changes to Predatory Lending Practices

Stop Predatory LendingThursday, May 5, 2016
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Goodwill Industries, Inc.
3020 N Westmoreland, Dallas, Texas 75212

The Anti-Poverty Coalition of Greater Dallas (APC) strives to unite the entire community around identifying and eliminating barriers preventing families from moving out of poverty...

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Hear the Candidates for Dallas ISD Trustee in your district

Five Candidate Forums are being sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Dallas with community partners during April.

Be an informed voter: VOTING is an act of equality

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Up to Date Information for May 7 Local Election

The League has published an extensive, non-partisan guide to the upcoming May 7 election in Dallas County, and also makes the information available online. You can read about the election for the entire county in the Voters Guide or get your own personal ballot information at Voter411.
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