Connect with the ACLU of Massachusetts at one of our upcoming events. Be it the annual Bill of Rights Dinner, a rally or a film screening, we strive to offer opportunities for civil liberties fans to get together and participate. We invite you to join us to learn more about what the ACLU is doing to defend liberty and justice for all!
For more information about any of the events below, please contact Meaghan Giangregorio, events manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-482-3170 x 339. We hope to see you soon!
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2015 Bill of Rights Dinner
Thursday, May 21 | Boston
Westin Copley Place Hotel
10 Huntington Avenue
Reception at 5:30pm, dinner at 6:30pm
Join fellow ACLU supporters for our annual celebration! This year's Bill of Rights Dinner honors actor and activist George Takei. Learn more about the event, including how to get your tickets.
Sexual Health Lobby Day
Tuesday, June 30 | Boston
Massachusetts State House
9:30am - 2pm
Make your voice heard by joining hundreds of sexual health providers and activists from across the state for Sexual Health Lobby Day, where you can meet directly with your elected officials to lobby for sexual health care and education access.
Join the ACLU of Massachusetts and other Lobby Day co-sponsors for some or all of these activities:
• Sexual Health Fair at 9:30am
• Remarks from Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and youth advocates at 10:30am
• Information session on how to lobby effectively at 11am
• Meetings with legislators at 2pm
Register for the event, and learn more.
The Olympics: More Than a Game
Surveillance, Displacement and Other Olympic 'Legacies' Boston 2024 Won't Tell You About
Tuesday, June 2 | Jamaica Plain
Hope Central Church
85 Seaverns Avenue
Kade Crockford (@onekade), director of the ACLU of Massachusetts' Technology for Liberty project, joins Dave Zirin (@edgeofsports), sports editor at The Nation and author of Brazil's Dance with the Devil: The World Cup, The Olympics, and the Struggle for Democracy, to discuss the Olympic legacies of displacement, surveillance, militarization and more.
Co-hosted by NoBoston2024 and Safe Hub Collective. Free and open to the public.
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