Rick Daniels of Oakton Community College in Illinois will talk about hidden issues that affect the ability of people from diverse communities to vote at the annual Susan B. Anthony Birthday Celebration.

The Beloit and Janesville League of Women Voters will host the event Saturday, Feb. 10, at UW-Rock County.

Daniels will talk about what people can do both on personal and institutional levels to make sure all people take part in the democratic process.

Daniels has spoken on race, social justice and unconscious bias on college campuses and community organizations across the country.

The luncheon starts at noon in the commons of UW-Rock County, 2909 Kellogg Ave.

To register, send a check to the League of Women Voters Janesville, P.O. Box 8064, Janesville, WI 53547-8064 or call 608-758-3351 by Thursday, Feb. 1.

Tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for students.

The event honors Susan B. Anthony, who fought her entire life for women’s right to vote.

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