September 23, 2021
Pre-Law and nonprofit leadership host Davis Hammet for 'Loud Light: Voting Rights in Kansas'
Submitted by Cadence Ciesielski
Join K-State pre-law and nonprofit leadership at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27, via Zoom as they host a legal speaker to discuss voting law. Davis Hammet, the president and founder of Loud Light, an organization committed to increasing voter turnout, will discuss voting rights and the law.
The presentation is also a part of the Law and Society first-year CAT Community. Register for the event online.
Hammet graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in political science, certificate in intensive research methods and certificate in urban planning and regional development. He studied non-linear data analysis at the University of California, Berkeley, and worked under grants from the National Science Foundation studying political knowledge and the media.
Hammet is the former director of operations for the international progressive nonprofit Planting Peace where he worked to maintain and expand programs around the world from orphanages and medical relief to human rights and bully prevention. He co-created the rainbow-colored Equality House across from the Westboro Baptist Church and lived in it for five years. Hammet's work and commentary has been covered in The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC and most other major outlets. After several years of successfully organizing to win victories from the local to national level, Hammet founded Loud Light to advance youth civic participation and mobilize underrepresented communities in Kansas.