March 31, 2015
The plaintiffs of the prominent upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges come to Ohio University for a panel on marriage equality.
The event, “Marriage Equality at the Supreme Court: The Plaintiffs and Their Stories,” features delfin bautista, director of the Ohio University LGBT Center, and case plaintiffs James Obergefell, Kelly Noe, and Kelly McCracken.
April 8, 2015
What does the consent decree mean for Cleveland and how can it be successful for our community?
Join us for a program that will explain the consent decree negotiation process between the U.S. Department of Justice and the Cleveland Police Department, explore the hot-button issues at the center of those negotiations, and– based on successful and unsuccessful consent decrees instituted in other cities –discuss how to create effective and enforceable solutions to the problems identified in the Department of Justice’s investigation.
April 23, 2015
Fresh off its premiere at the Cleveland International Film Festival, the ACLU of Ohio presents a free screening of “Prisons for Profit” at the Gateway Film Center in Columbus, co-sponsored by the Ohio Civil Services Employee Association.
The documentary chronicles the aftermath of the nation’s first state prison sold to a for-profit corporation.
April 25, 2015
The Anti-Bullying Summit is a program designed to teach participants about their rights and responsibilities relating to the bullying of school age students and will address legal issues pertaining to bullying.
School districts and their staff will learn about their responsibilities and steps to protect students.