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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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October 2

WITH JUSTICE FOR ALL IN A CHANGING AMERICA » CLEVELAND

Join us for an afternoon with Morris Dees of The Southern Poverty Law Center. The ACLU of Ohio is proud to partner with The Church of the Covenant for this program in their Fall Lecture Series.

Sunday, October 2
The Church of the Covenant, Cleveland
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October 5

LET THE SUN SHINE: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO OHIO’S PUBLIC RECORDS LAWS » COLUMBUS

Do you need government information to help advocate for change in your community? Do you want to use your blog, neighborhood newsletter, or community newspaper to empower your audience?

Ohio’s Sunshine Laws give people the right to access numerous government records and require the government to conduct official business in public. Citizens, activists, advocacy groups and others use these laws to monitor government actions and uncover potential wrongdoing.

Wednesday, October 5
Columbus Department of Health, Columbus
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October 23

THE 2016 ED LIKOVER MEMORIAL LECTURE » CLEVELAND

Join us for the 2016 Ed Likover Memorial Lecture, “Rights You Can’t Use Aren’t Rights At All: Reproductive Freedom in the Midwest.” Our special guest this year is Lorie Chaiten, Director of the Women’s and Reproductive Rights Project of the ACLU of Illinois. Engage with Lorie and hear her personal experiences fighting for reproductive freedom for over 30 years.

Lorie Chaiten is Director of the Women’s and Reproductive Rights Project of the Roger Baldwin Foundation of ACLU, Inc. She leads the ACLU of Illinois’ advocacy to secure rights to the full range of reproductive health care, medical privacy and gender equality and works extensively in the national reproductive justice movement.

Sunday, October 23
Cleveland State University, Cleveland
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