The voting app, Politicking is expanding its mission of increasing millennial voting participation with its inaugural conference, “The Road to 2024. 

Politicking was created in 2018 by Howard University alums, Wen-kuni Céant and Jordan Wilson to engage today’s disengaged constituencies. 

“Politicking wants to give Millenials and the rest of America the opportunity to walk into their polling precincts feeling confident that they have already navigated the ballot that they will see on election day,” Céant said in an interview with Forbes. 

Céant and Jordan are now expanding their voter education efforts with their first conference taking place at their alma mater Howard University on September 15.

In preparation for the upcoming 2024 election, the conference aims to help demystify political conversation and cut through the partisan noise while providing the Black community a safe space for discussion.

The conference will feature five panels catered toward the HBCU demographic that Politicking serves. 

Attendees can look forward to the following panels:

  • Hip Hop & Politics 
  • The GreenHouse Effect: Cannabis
  • The Politics of Real Estate
  • The Integrity of the Electoral System: A Discussion on Voter Suppression, Voter ID Laws and Voting Abroad
  • The GreenHouse Effect: Conservation/Environmental Justice

Each panel will feature expert panelists such as hip hop legend Professor Griff, “Cannabis Councilman” Martin Mitchell, real estate mavens Dr. Jamisa McIvor-Bennet and Marcus Goodwin, and more. 

Although students will have the opportunity to purchase discounted tickets, the conference is open to anyone who is interested and invested in the future of U.S. politics

The conference will be immediately followed by an exclusive soirée at DC’s Studio 52, DJed by the acclaimed DJ Quicksilva.

Click here to purchase tickets to “The Road to 2024.”