100 Years & Fighting: The American Civil Liberties Union

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When and Where:
Wednesday, November 11, 2020 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
at Virtual Event


Special Venue Instructions: Virtual event
Presenter(s):
Kim Acoff, Dr. Caitlin Bernard, Cole Varga

Cost:
Free

Event Description:

Presented by ACLU of Indiana, Exodus Refugees Immigration, and Indiana Youth Group.

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ACLU! Join an online discussion featuring clips of the new documentary “The Fight” and engage with local community organizations and activists who have fought for their rights with the ACLU.

Speakers include Cole Varga, Exodus Refugees Immigration; Dr. Caitlin Bernard, ACLU of Indiana plaintiff on abortion restriction litigation; Kim Acoff, Indiana Youth Group.

“The Fight,” an Edgeline Film that won the 2020 Sundance Jury Prize Social Impact Filmmaking, is an emotional insider look at how important civil rights battles are being fought by the ACLU.

The film is available to rent via multiple platforms, and you're encouraged to watch it prior to this event. Information on where to find the film is forthcoming.

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