Learn how COVID-19 is threatening civil liberties in DC, and how we're responding.
We hope this message finds you safe and healthy. As our team enters the third month of working from home, we wanted to bring you a virtual town hall to update members and supporters on our response to COVID-19's unique threats to civil liberties in the District.
ACLU-DC COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall
Learn how we are responding to COVID-19's unique threats to civil liberties in the District.
Wednesday, June 3, 12 p.m.
Zoom details to be provided upon RSVP.
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Our staff is working hard to protect civil liberties in an unprecedented crisis. We've won court orders to improve conditions at the DC Jail and St. Elizabeths hospital, and our litigation pressured the Federal Bureau of Prisons to move most of the residents of Hope Village halfway house to home confinement. We continue to monitor policing and watch for threats to vulnerable populations – but what comes next?
Bring your questions and find out what we're keeping an eye out for as DC adjusts to a new normal. Please RSVP ahead of time and join us on Wednesday, June 3, at 12 p.m. EDT. <[link removed]>
We're looking forward to sharing these critical updates with you.