Thank you for attending the ACLU of Massachusetts Bill of Rights Dinner on May 20! Almost 700 guests at the Dinner were inspired by Lilly Ledbetter’s clarion call for equal pay and equal rights for women, Ayanna Pressley’s remarks about strong women and empowering girls, and Kathleen Turner’s hilarious portrayal of the beloved journalist and defender of civil liberties, Molly Ivins.
Also at the Dinner, ACLUM Board member J.B. Kittredge urged attendees to support the ACLU, and offered to match, double or even triple gifts made to the ACLU! If you didn’t give or pledge at the Dinner, you can still do so now!
Kittredge Challenge: If you haven’t yet made a gift in response to the Kittredge Challenge, or would like to fulfill your pledge online, use this link — up to a total of $100,000, your gift of $100 or more will be matched; $500 or more will be doubled; and $1,500 or more will be tripled!
2013 Bill of Rights Dinner Survey: Please share your feedback on the Dinner by answering a few questions in our 2013 Bill of Rights Dinner Survey — exercise your right to free speech to tell us what you think, and what you'd like us to consider for next year and beyond!