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Sexual Health Lobby Day
Tuesday, February 3 | Boston
Massachusetts State House
24 Beacon Street
Make your voice heard by joining the ACLU of Massachusetts, Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts and hundreds of sexual health providers and activists from across the state for Sexual Health Lobby Day. Meet directly with your elected officials to lobby for sexual health care and education access.
Black Lives Matter Poetry Night with the ACLU
Friday, January 23 | New Bedford
First Unitarian Church
71 8th Street
ACLU of Massachusetts attorney Carl Williams joins Black Lives Matter New Bedford for a night of testimonial, legal education and poetic reflections. Learn more about the event and follow Carl on Twitter at @carltonwilliams.
Civil Rights Movement 2015?
Sunday, January 25 | Boston
Arlington Street Church
351 Boylston Street
Across the country thousands of young people of color have taken to the streets. Defying authority and traditional methods of political change, they are demanding an end to racism in policing, in the justice system, and in the economic system.
What does this mean for Boston? What does it mean for you? And, most importantly, how can you get down with the Movement?
Arlington Street Church is delighted to welcome guest speaker Carl Williams, ACLU attorney, activist, organizer, and Northeastern University's Givelber Distinguished Lecturer on Public Interest Law as we grapple with these challenging questions in these sacred times.
Follow Carl on Twitter at @carltonwilliams, and learn more about the event on Facebook.
Wednesday, January 28 | Dorchester
5 Crawford Street
New England Blacks in Philanthropy hosts a discussion that offers a deeper understanding of the current civil rights movement, Black Lives Matter and the systems change needed to reflect that Black lives do, indeed, matter.
Panelists include ACLU of Massachusetts attorney Carl Williams; Opal Tometi, founder of Black Lives Matter, National; Eric Ward, social justice funder for the Ford Foundation; and Adebukola Ajao, president of the Emmanuel College Black Student Union.
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