In this session, community members will take what they’ve heard over the past three sessions to discuss potential advocacy measures that they would like to bring to their City Councils and Police Departments.
We get it – it's hard to vote during a global pandemic! But even if you’ve been putting off making your plan to be a voter, you still have an opportunity to vote safely.
The fight for racial justice must take place across all sectors of society. What are local mechanisms for change when it comes to policing? Who is in control of police budgets? Who makes decisions about hiring and firing?
Have questions about how to be a voter? Wondering whether it’s safe to mail a ballot? Not sure if you can still vote in person?
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Are you ready to be a voter? Good. Now we need you to take the next step and join our efforts to get out the vote in Minnesota.
After the murder of George Floyd, the movement to defund and/or abolish police gained greater attention and momentum. But what do these terms really mean? What vision of community does this movement support, and what systems can we change to improve policing here in St.
Do you or someone you know have a felony conviction, and you’re wondering about whether, where, and how you can vote in the upcoming election?
If you're stopped by police, it's important to know what to do. Join us for a special workshop to Know Your Rights with Ismael Dore, ACLU-MN community engagement associate, and David McKinney, ACLU-MN staff attorney.
Please join the ACLU of Minnesota, emcee and renowned gospel singer Jearlyn Steele, and our award winners as we celebrate these heroes who protect and advance civil liberties throughout Minnesota. The virtual event streams live on ACLU-MN's Facebook page and YouTube on July 16 at 4:30 p.m.