Upcoming Events

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SEP 17 – 6:30pm

Bring Automatic Voter Registration to Ohio » Cincinnati

Do you want to help modernize voter registration in Ohio, and help combat the state’s notorious voter purge? Join All Voting is Local and the ACLU of Ohio for an activist training to learn how you can help bring automatic voter registration (AVR) to Ohio. At the training you will learn:
The benefits of AVR, particularly for historically disenfranchised groups such as people of color, low-income voters, and students and more!
Cincinnati Public Library, Cincinnati


SEP 18 – 6:00pm

JAIL VOTING TRAINING » Cincinnati

Many individuals who are detained in jails do retain the right to vote. In Ohio, only those in jail or prison following a felony conviction lose the right to vote. But while those awaiting trial can still cast a ballot, few are able to do so because officials do not have voting programs in place. Join All Voting is Local and the ACLU of Ohio for a training to learn how you can help register voters currently detained in Ohio’s jails.
Cincinnati Public Library, Cincinnati


SEP 24 – 12:00pm

Celebrate National Voter Registration Day » Cleveland

Join All Voting is Local, the Midtown TechHive, and ACLU of Ohio as we reach out to voters who could be removed from the voter rolls to ensure they confirm or update their voter registration. What do you need to participate? Bring a laptop or tablet with you to theMidtown TechHive, as well as a pair of headphones. We’ll be there from 12:00pm to 8:00pm. Whether you can stop by for 15 minutes on your lunch break or several hours, we need you to help make sure every voice is heard.

Midtown TechHive, Cleveland


SEP 27 & 28

Project 400: Our Lived experience conference » Cleveland

“A year-long observation of the arrival of the first Africans brought to the British Colonies in North America in 1619. Come and examine slavery’s foundational significance to the historic and contemporary challenges faced by African-Americans, acknowledging the obstacles that have been overcome while highlighting those that still remain.”

*ACLU Ohio staff members will present on September 27th at 2:30pm on The Myth of Race Neutrality in Criminal Legal Reform: Problems and Solutions.*

Cleveland State University, Cleveland


OCT 4 – 8:30am

Election Integrity in a Time of Political Polarization » Cleveland *

Gerrymandering, Redistricting Commissions, and the 2020 Census Citizenship Question are just a few topics that will be addressed at this conference. Keynote speakers include Allegra Lawrence-Hardy, Esq. and The Honorable Melody Stewart.

*CLE credit available.
Cleveland State Moot Court Room, Cleveland


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