August 24, 2021

Episode 12: Preparing for Redistricting, Bracing for Gerrymandering

The U.S. Census Bureau recently released data from the 2020 census, initiating the process of redrawing electoral maps in every state. This will be the first time that electoral maps are redrawn with the permission of the U.S. Supreme Court to gerrymander. What does this mean for our elections and for our democracy more broadly? Join Lindsay Langholz for her interview with Michael Li (李之樸), Senior Counsel at the Brennan Center, to answer these and other pressing questions about the census and redistricting.

Episode Host: Lindsay Langholz, Director of Policy and Program

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Link: "Gerrymandering Explained," by Julia Kirschenbaum and Michael Li

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