Panel Discussion: Your Papers Please, What the Real ID Act Means for American Values

New York was the first state in the country to agree to President Bush's Real ID Act, America's first-ever national identity card. Join a panel of experts to learn what a national ID system will mean for your privacy, security and wallet. Find out what you can do to stop the Real ID Act. Your Papers Please: What the Real ID Act Means for American Values Thursday, April 24 at 7 p.m. RF115, Rockefeller Hall, Cornell University Speakers include: Udi Ofer, Advocacy Director, New York Civil Liberties Union; Mary Jo Dudley, Director, Cornell Farmworker Program; Ken Mathison, President, Shooters' Committee On Political Education; and many others.

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