Please join the ACLU of Indiana in Bloomington on Sept. 6 to learn about actions and policies that are threatening our core American values. Come hear state and local advocates talk about what they are doing and what you can do to stand up for what's right. The event will feature activists who fight for reproductive health, women's rights, immigrant rights, racial and social justice. They will share their own struggles and the biggest issues facing us all. Pizza will be provided.
Panel speakers include:
-Jane Henegar: Executive Director, ACLU of Indiana
-Christie Gillespie: CEO, Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky
-Alexis Burr: Member on the Commission on Multicultural Understanding and former Director of Campus Unity on the Indiana Memorial Union Board
-Luma Khabbaz: President, Muslim Student Association of IU
-Esmeralda Martinez: President, UndocuHoosiers Bloomington
Where: Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Moot Court Room, 1st floor, 211 S Indiana Ave, Bloomington
When: Wednesday, September 6, 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL
Partners for this event include Law Students for Reproductive Justice, Black Law Students Association, and IU Maurer School of Law Chapter of the American Constitution Society.
A SURVIVAL GUIDE, FORT WAYNE EDITION
Our rights are under attack. Things are moving quickly. Are you prepared?
Join us for "A Survival Guide," part of our First Wednesday's educational series.
A Survival Guide
Wednesday, June 7, 6-7:30 p.m.
3402 Fairfield Ave
Fort Wayne, IN 46807
Hear from the ACLU of Indiana and other community advocates on how to stand up for what's right the in the face of threats and policies that undermine our core American values. I will moderate a panel including:
Ahmed Abdelmageed, member of the Muslim Alliance of Indiana Board of Directors and Assistant Dean of Experiential Education and Community Engagement at Manchester UniversityKit Malone, the ACLU of Indiana's Transgender Education and Advocacy consultantMelissa A. Rinehart, Ph.D., Lead Organizer for Welcoming Fort WayneWanda Savala, Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky's Public Affairs Manager
Thanks so much for your willingness to defend our shared values of fairness and freedom. It will take all of us.
Special thanks to the event's co-sponsor, the Wunderkammer Company.
A Survival Guide to the Next Four Years will be held in cities across Indiana this year. Registration for these free community discussions featuring local panelists will open soon.
Hear from the ACLU of Indiana and other community advocates on how to stand up for what's right the in the face of threats and policies that undermine our core American values.
June 7, 6-7:30 p.m.
Location and panelists to be determined soon, but you can still RSVP today!