Sacramento ACLU Chapter Kick-off!
If you’ve been wondering what you can do to uphold civil liberties, here’s your chance. An ACLU chapter is being formed in the Sacramento area, making it even easier for ACLU members in the area to get involved with the organization.
The ACLU is having a major community meeting April 21, and you will have the opportunity to hear ACLU speakers, and elect the chapter’s Board of Directors for the coming year (Enclosed are biographies for each of the nominees).
This election marks the final step before the Sacramento Chapter becomes a full-fledged ACLU chapter. This meeting is also a great opportunity to meet the chapter organizing committee and participate in a discussion about what the ACLU will target for projects in the upcoming year.
The meeting will focus on video surveillance in the Sacramento area, as well as a state legislative update from ACLU staffers about pending civil rights-related legislation.
Those interested in joining this chapter, or finding out more about the ACLU and government surveillance are welcome and encouraged to attend this meeting.
A light lunch will be provided.
Please RSVP to (or for more information): Ashley Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 621-2493 x369
Sacramento ACLU Chapter Kick-off:
When: Saturday, April 21, 2007, 10:00am - 12 Noon
Where: Gibbons Park - Mission Oaks Community Center
4701 Gibbons Drive
(Capital City Fwy, exit Watt Ave South, left Auburn Blvd., right Watt, left Edison, right Gibbons)