5 Things You Can Do - March 8, 2017

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March 8, 2017

1. Advocate.

Join us in Gary for "A Survival Guide for the Next Four Years," part of our First Wednesday's educational series. Hear from community advocates on how to stand up for what's right in the face of threats and policies that undermine our rights and the rights of our neighbors.

A Survival Guide to the Next Four Years 
Wednesday, April 5, 6-7:30 p.m.
Indiana University Northwest
Bergland Auditorium in the Savannah Center
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RSVP today!

2. Listen.

Can't make it to Gary? Listen to our Indianapolis installment of "A Survival Guide to the Next Four Years." We recorded this engaging and informative discussion and we have released it as a podcast — the first ever podcast from the ACLU of Indiana!

You can find the podcast on SoundCloud and on Stitcher.

3. Resist.

On March 11, the ACLU is holding a Resistance Training. This event will launch People Power, the ACLU's new effort to engage grassroots volunteers across the country and take the fight against threats to civil liberties not just into the courts, but into the streets.

Sign up to learn more about People Power and the Resistance Training livestream on March 11 at 5 p.m. ET.

4. Celebrate.

Join us for our St. Patrick's Day Bar Crawl in Fountain Square! All it takes is $10 to sign up for the crawl, and we'll even give you a fantastic ACLU Pocket Constitution as a "Thank You" and reminder of what you are drinking for. We will be taking donations and registering people for the crawl at Thunderbird and Hotel Tango from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, but feel free to go ahead and register now.

Would you rather sit back, relax, and enjoy refreshments at just one or two locations? All participating locations will have drink specials and will donate part of the proceeds to the ACLU, and some are continuing their drink specials through Saturday!

5. Connect.

The ACLU is the nation's guardian of liberty. We will keep vigil on everyone's rights – immigrants, refugees, people of color, LGBTQ community, women, the press, protesters, people of faith. But we need you to stand up with us. Know when action is needed:

Sign up for alerts at and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to share and amplify our messages and action alerts.

Want to do more? Visit our 5 Things You Can Do page!