Wednesday, August 11, 2021 - 8:30am to Friday, August 13, 2021 - 12:15pm
We come together against the backdrop of the COVID-19 crisis, which has revealed and deepened existing inequalities, and a growing national conversation about systemic racism. To meet the demands of this moment, the conference highlights the work of non-legal community-based organizations, and provides the opportunity for community advocates and legal professionals to build partnerships to advance justice.
Juneteenth Week 2020 is a week long celebration hosted by the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, Black Lives Matter – Seattle/King County, Tabor 100 and the FW Black Collective.
Our purpose is to honor and remember a special milestone in black history: June 19, 1865. On this day, African Americans forced into slavery in the United States were officially and legally free (ish).
Since 1992, Spokane has seen the LGBTQ+ community come together to honor those brave individuals that fought back against the 6 NIGHTS. LIVE STREAMING. PERFORMANCES. DIGITAL EXHIBITOR HALL. GIVEAWAYS. ALL FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME.
We may not be able to march in person right now, but we can make pride go viral!
Monday, June 1, 2020 - 9:00am to Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 7:00pm
Seattle’s LGBTQIA+ Pride Month is going virtual with three days (June 26-28) of speakers, performances and activities with Gender Justice League, PrideFest, and us here at Seattle Pride for the Together For Pride weekend.
COVID-19 is taking Black lives, Latinx lives, and Native lives in disproportionate numbers – not for any biological reason, but because of the institutional racism and systems of oppression the ACLU works to dismantle.
Learn about privacy and technology in the time of coronavirus disease, as well as our advocacy to minimize the impact on young people facing juvenile detention, students with disabilities, and people experiencing homelessness. Executive Director Michele Storms moderates a conversation with Jennifer Lee (Technology and Liberty Manager), Kendrick Washington II (Youth Policy Director), Breanne Schuster (Staff Attorney).
Observing Black History Month, Executive Director Michele Storms will moderate a conversation on extreme sentencing in Washington with Jaime Hawk (ACLU-WA), Nick Allen (Columbia Legal Services), and DeVitta Briscoe (Collective Justice).
Join the ACLU of Washington in Olympia to advocate for critical civil liberties bills! The event will include breakfast, legislative advocacy training, and an opportunity to meet with your legislators.
Registration will close on January 17, 2020. Registrations require your full address so that we can schedule a meeting for you with your legislators.
Now, 47 years later, Roe v. Wade remains one of the most contentious rulings to date, spurring debates and protests across the country, and becoming an ideal day to reflect on the current state of the reproductive rights of all people.