As we near the end of a year that has been unlike any other, please join us (virtually) to reflect on both the challenges and the victories of 2020 at our Annual Bill of Rights Day event.
This event will begin with a short program followed by rotating breakout sessions that will give you a chance to learn from ACLU staff about what’s next for our organizing and advocacy work and how you can get involved in moving forward a justice and civil liberties agenda in 2021.
We will be honoring two leaders of our movements for their work to advance justice:
Despite the impacts of a global pandemic that disproportionately impacts low-income communities, essential workers, communities of color, and those who are detained or incarcerated, our democracy persists.
In a year our democracy needed it most, California voters turned out in record-breaking numbers, sending a powerful message to a presidential administration that has failed us and actively harmed our communities. Californians stood up for justice by restoring voting rights to 50,000 people who have completed their prison sentences and returned home. And we came together to rebuke the powerful law enforcement lobby that tried to return us to the draconian incarceration policies of the past.
I’m grateful to each of you – ACLU’s volunteers, activists, and supporters – for the role you played in helping to make progress in a challenging year.
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