The Museum of American Revolution and the ACLU of PA Young Leadership Outreach Team are proud to host the premiere of the latest installment of the acclaimed series "Black History Untold," as it explores “Revolution” in the context of Black history.
70% of people in jail are there for one reason: living in poverty.
(Updated January 8): THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. Tickets are no longer available.
Join us on MLK day, January 20, 2020, for a citywide community hearing on ending money bail and pretrial punishment in Philadelphia!
Join Color of Change in partnership with residents, advocates, and organizations across Philadelphia including POWER, Media Mobilizing Project, and ACLU-PA as we deliver the letters of over 1600 Philly residents to Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney in a push for transparency.
Please join us for a film screening of Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools. Following the film, a conversation about Black girls and Philly schools will take place.
Join us for a panel discussion, moderated by Alex Domingos, ACLU-PA Campaign for Smart Justice Organizer, featuring those fighting to remove hurdles to re-entry and build stronger communities in Harrisburg and throughout Pennsylvania.
Join us for an advocacy and lobbying training on Tuesday, November 19. The program will detail a spectrum of advocacy tools from online petitions, rallies, and boycotts to legislator lobby visits and everything in between.
Forty-five years after it revolutionized abortion law in America, the landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade is once again at a crossroads.
Join us for a panel discussion focused on the urgent need to reform probation and parole in Pennsylvania. Speakers will include ACLU-PA Campaigns Director Danitra Sherman; member of the Barristers’ Association A.
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