Join us for a reception and presentations about the health and programs of the ACLU of Utah followed by a panel discussion with local organizers and advocates on the landscape of activism in Utah since the November 2016 election. 11/16 5:30 - 8:00 p.m., Downtown SLC.
Location & parking information below
YOU ARE INVITED!
2017 ACLU of Utah Annual Membership Reception & Meeting
Thursday, November 16
The Wasatch Retreat & Conference Center
75 South 200 East, SLC
Socializing: 5:30 p.m.
Program: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT OPEN TO ACLU OF UTAH MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS!
We will have quick presentations on ACLU finances and legal, legislative, and policy work by Board and staff members. Then, we will feature a panel discussion with local Utah organizers and advocates on the landscape of activism since the November 2016 election.
- Archie Archuleta, Chicano activist and civil rights advocate
- Andrea Himoff, Executive Director of Action Utah
- Sharlee Mullins Glenn, Founder of Mormon Women for Ethical Government
- Lex Scott, Founder of United Front and Organizer with Black Lives Matter
- James Singer, Co-Founder of Utah League of Native American Voters.
This discussion will be moderated by María del Mar González, Community Outreach Fellow of ACLU of Utah.
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For the up-to-date information on the event, please check this webpage and look for an email reminder the week before.
-Lot north of Episcopal Dioceses Conference Center)
-City Creek (two blocks west of the Conference Center)
-On-street spaces along 200 E and 100 S
-Eagle Gate Parking Garage on Social Hall Ave. north of Harmons Grocery store