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Wednesday, March 21 | 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Location: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health | FXB G13 | 677 Huntington Ave | Boston, MA 02115

WGH presents: Incarceration, Genders & Health

Rahsaan Hall, director of the ACLU of Massachusetts Racial Justice Project, moderates a panel on incarceration, genders, and health.

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Tuesday, March 27 | 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Location: John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum | Columbia Point | Boston, MA 02125

The First Amendment: What Are Its Limits?

Join our executive director, Carol Rose, for a forum discussion of today’s most pressing freedom of speech issues.

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Saturday, March 31 | 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Location: Unitarian Church of Barnstable | 3330 Main Street | Barnstable, MA 02648

Cape Cod Grassroots Lobby Training

Join us on Cape Cod to learn how to lobby your state lawmakers and help us pass ACLU Freedom Agenda in 2018.

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Sunday, April 8 | 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Location: TBD

Suffolk Court Watch Training

Join us in Suffolk County for a Court Watch Training and learn what a district attorney actually does.

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Monday, May 21 | 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Location: Westin Copley Place Hotel | 10 Huntington Ave | Boston, MA 02115

2018 Bill of Rights Dinner

Join us on May 21st for our annual Bill of Rights Dinner.

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Thursday, June 7 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Hibernian Hall | 184 Dudley Street | Roxbury, MA 02119

Suffolk County Candidate Forum

Join us for at Hibernian Hall for an historic DA candidate forum in Suffolk County.

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Civil Liberties Minute Podcasts

Civil Liberties Minute

Taking on injustices, 90 seconds at a time!

The Civil Liberties MinuteTM podcasts – with attorney Bill Newman, director of the ACLU’s western Massachusetts office – highlight threats to civil liberties and what you can do to protect freedom!

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Tell legislators to disentangle Massachusetts law enforcement from the Trump administration’s deportation machine

It's time to pass legislation to ensure our law enforcement officers do not go out of their way »