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We The People: The Story of the ACLU in Idaho

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is approaching its 100-year anniversary. The organization is an American institution, rooted in the defense of individual freedom, with a deep history of struggle, perseverance, and vision for an America where all can enjoy equal justice under the law. This lecture will review some national cases, but focus on the history and work of the ACLU in Idaho, which became part of the national ACLU in 1993. It currently implements a three-prong strategy of legal advocacy, lobbying, and grassroots organizing in its defense of constitutional rights in Idaho.

Required:Osher Spring 2019 Membership
Date(s) and time(s):Tue., May. 21, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Location:Yanke Family Research Park-Boise State University
Instructor:Leo Morales
Cost:$0  

You can receive discounts on this course by becoming a member of Osher Spring 2019 Membership




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