Wednesday, August 30, 2017 - 5:30pm to Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 1:15pm
ACLU of Washington, Seattle
The ACLU of Washington is now recruiting Outreach Volunteers to assist us with public education in the greater King County area. The ACLU regularly has information tables at events, sharing materials about our work to defend and extend people’s civil liberties and civil rights. This public education is essential to informing our supporters and the public; mobilizing people to send letters, make calls to government officials, and take to the streets for rallies and marches; and notifying our communities of important issues that impact them. We need the help of Outreach Volunteers to make this happen.
Thursday, September 7, 2017 - 8:00pm to Sunday, September 17, 2017 - 4:00pm
Washington Hall, Seattle
The ACLU of Washington will be hosting a resource table at upcoming performances Seattle Opera’s An American Dream. Bring your families and join us as these talented performers paint a picture of Washington’s past.
The ACLU of Washington and People Power will be tabling at the Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair. Join us in our fight for justice at this free, family-friendly event to network and create social change.
Flights & Rights is our monthly community series in the KEXP Studios Gathering Space! Police Practices & Immigration Counsel, Enoka Herat, will speak about how Trump's immigration policies play out at the local level and what the ACLU and allies are doing to oppose them.
Highline College - Student Union Building, Des Moines
Please join the ACLU of Washington at Highline College’s LGBTQIA Week Resource Fair on Wednesday, October 11th. ACLU will be one of 30 confirmed organizations sharing ways to plug in and connect to LGBTQIA advocacy and resources. Come visit our table to learn, engage, and take action in protecting our civil liberties.
Join us for our annual celebration of civil liberties and the people who work to protect them! Featuring awards given to members of our community who have contributed to the cause of civil liberties. We will also welcome featured speaker Laverne Cox, an Emmy-nominated actress, documentary film producer, and prominent equal rights advocate.