"Bring Them Home" sheds light on the struggle and plight of deported veterans. This film screening and panel discussion features voices from the Immigrant Defenders Law Center, Black Deported Veterans of America, and Jennie Pasquarella of the ACLU of Southern California.
Friday, July 14, 2023 - 6:00pm to Sunday, July 16, 2023 - 6:00pm
Seattle Center Festál presents Festival Sundiata: Black Arts Fest in partnership with Sundiata African American Cultural Association (SAACA). The ACLU-WA is proud to be a presenting sponsor of this year's festival. Visit our table in the Armory to meet us and check out our photo booth.
Join Alki Beach Pride, a family-friendly event with lots of free activities. Vendors and community organizations proudly represent the LGBTQ+ community and they'll be selling handcrafted goods, while music will be provided by DJs and musicians.
Thursday, September 28, 2023 - 8:00am to Saturday, September 30, 2023 - 5:00pm
Tacoma Convention Center and Online
The ACLU-WA is a proud sponsor of this year's Access to Justice Conference. Every two years, this conference brings together community members, legal system advocates, judges, attorneys, and policymakers across Washington State who are committed to dismantling legal systems of oppression and poverty. Stay tuned for details.
The ACLU-WA is proud to sponsor The Brainpower Chronicles: Mental Health Stories -- a unique community storytelling event that highlights the experiences of NAMI members who share their personal stories in a live, theatrical format.
Ocean Vuong is a poet and fiction writer whose work considers class, queerness, family, and identity. His epistolary novel, On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous (2019), was an immediate and enduring bestseller described by the Los Angeles Times as a “series of high notes that trembles exquisitely almost without break.” Q&A moderated by musician Perfume Genius.