Help make sure your friends and neighbors know that police accountability is on the City of Cleveland ballot this November! This Zoom training will equip participants to become ambassadors for the Citizens for a Safer Cleveland campaign.
The discussion will look at how gerrymandering hurts every voter and what people can do now to support fair redistricting in Ohio.
CCPC and @ACLUOhio are co-hosting this event as part of their Civic Action Tuesday's events
Melekte Melanku from ACLU Ohio will be joining us to talk about a rare good thing that may be coming from the Ohio General Assembly: Bail reform and what you can do to help.
Join members of the Lucas County Action Team (an organizing branch of the @ACLUofOhio) and Felony Re-entry Alumni Training as we dive into best practices for telling your bail reform story in preparation for hearings scheduled for September.
This summer, don’t miss our virtual gallery talks! Using artifacts and images from the special exhibition “Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg,” presented locally by PNC Bank, we will explore a facet of RBG’s life and legacy.
In 2020, the City of Cleveland declared racism a public health crisis, bringing to the forefront honest conversations about systemic racism’s influence on equity, access, and human rights. Yet, the debate around Critical Race Theory has been heating up nationwide.
Join us for a conversation on Good Kids, Bad City and why we need to repeal the death penalty in Ohio
The documentary film Ruth: Justice Ginsburg in her Own Words, asks the question, how does someone with three strikes against her, rise to the highest court in the land?
We've all been seeing and hearing a great deal about the problems of policing, cash bail, and the criminal legal system nationally. What is happening here in our local community, Lucas County? Join ACLU of Ohio and Felony Re-entry Alumni Inc.
Pride in the Valley was created to celebrate the promise of the future while resonating the message of the past. The festival’s purpose is not only to bring together diverse members of the community but also to honor individuals who have fought for our ability to celebrate in a public way.