M102 | Why People Vote the Way They Do or Decide Not to Vote At All


2:30 pm - 4:00 pm 


7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9, 8/16 & 8/23

Six Sessions 

This course is offered online via the easy-to-use Zoom program.

The course will examine the modern history of voting patterns in the United States and the factors that influence the public to vote for or against candidates/issues-- or decide not to vote at all.

Will Singleton holds an MA from Georgetown University and an Ed.D. from New York University. He retired as Superintendent of Schools in Roosevelt, NY after a long career in education. Upon his return to Pittsfield, where he grew up, he worked to reinvigorate the Berkshire Branch of the NAACP. He has had a life-long interest in Asian martial arts, earning a black belt in karate at the age of 60. He serves on the OLLI at BCC Board of Directors, the Social Science Curriculum Committee and the University Day Committee.


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