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March 5

RESTORING H.O.P.E. » DAYTON

Racial Justice NOW, a Montgomery County neighborhood organization devoted to eliminating systematic racism, is proud to host “Restoring H.O.P.E.” This all day event strives to bring people together to discuss issues affecting people of color in Montgomery County, from education to police brutality.

The ACLU of Ohio will be hosting an information session regarding Voting Rights and What To Do If You’re Stopped By the Police. This will be led by ACLU of Ohio Board Member and civil rights lawyer, Raphael Davis-Williams.

Seminar and workshop topics include:

  • The Changing Demographics of Ohio
  • Law Enforcement & Community Relations
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Law Update
  • Workforce Development & Retention
  • The Impact of Climate & Culture
  • Educating the Next Generation

Registration is not required. For more information, email info@rjnohio.org or visit the event’s Facebook Page.
Saturday, March 5
Central State University, Dayton
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January 18

TRUMP, SECURITY, AND MUSLIM CIVIL LIBERTIES » CLEVELAND

Join us for an afternoon with the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the American Constitution Society for a constitutional analysis of public statements and policy proposals of President-elect Trump.

Engage with four expert panelists, Fareed Siddiq, frequent media commentator from Pakistan, David Wolfe Leopold, a nationally recognized immigration lawyer, Robert Strassfield, law professor at CWRU, and Judge James G. Carr, currently presiding on the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio, for a robust discussion about three of the most pressing issues Americans face.

January 18
Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland
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January 29

A SMALL READING TO RESTORE HOPE AND SANITY » CLEVELAND HEIGHTS

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Join us for an evening of reflection as we listen to three pieces of literature from local authors. All freewill donations go to the ACLU of Ohio.

Engage with three local artists, David Giffels, author of The Hard Way On Purpose; Aubrey Hirsch, author of Why We Never Talk About Sugar; and De’John Hardges, National Student Poet, 2015, for a social, optimistic evening.

January 29
CLE Urban Winery, Cleveland Heights
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