Connect with the ACLU of Massachusetts in person at one of our upcoming events. Be it a rally, a film screening or play, or more formal evening like our annual Bill of Rights Dinner, we strive to offer opportunities for civil liberties fans to get together and participate.
Screening of "The House I Live In"
Sunday, June 23 | Salem
Salem Visitor Center
2 New Liberty Street
See what Sundance calls "the definitive film on the failure of America's drug war" — as well as "a masterpiece filled with hope and the potential to effect change." After the 3pm screening, Whitney Taylor of the ACLU of Massachusetts, Barbara Dougan of Families against Mandatory Minimums and Matt Gilbertson, an attorney from the Massachusetts Public Counsel Services will host a Q&A.
A Boston Public Forum on Juvenile Justice and the School-to-Prison Pipeline in Massachusetts
Saturday, June 29, 2013 | Roxbury
285 Martin Luther King Boulevard
The ACLU of Massachusetts, NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Rep. Gloria Fox, Rev. Laura Ahart and others will participate in this forum. Topics include zero tolerance, the criminalization of school discipline, the relationship between the implications of the high rate of poorly resourced schools, high rate of school suspension and/or expulsion especially in urban schools and the rate of juvenile detention in the juvenile detention facilities.
Saturday, June 29, 2013 | North Shore (Salem)
Saturday, September 7, 2013 | Worcester
Salute ACLU client Edie Windsor in her challenge to the "Defense of Marriage Act" before the Supreme Court by joining the ACLU at Pride celebrations across Massachusetts!
Learn more about how the ACLU has fought for LGBT equality since 1936.
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