Past Events

ACLU/NYCLU LGBT Rights Virtual Reception

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the ACLU and NYCLU will be unable to hold their annual LGBT Rights Project Cocktail Reception in person this year. However, we will offer a virtual reception. Please see event details below and check back for updates.

July 15, 2020

NYCLU Forum on Education Budget Cuts

Please join NYCLU Executive Director Donna Lieberman, NYCLU's Teen Activist Project, and New York City Council Members for a forum to discuss the recent proposed cuts to the NYC education budget. We will also make space for forum participants to ask questions and propose solutions. 

April 30, 2020

Town Hall: Lockport

Many school districts across the state are spending millions of dollars on invasive biometric surveillance technology such as face surveillance software.

February 25, 2020

Town Hall: Albany

Schools should be places where students are included, respected, and supported. But in New York, students lose hundreds of thousands of days in the classroom each year because of suspensions, often for normal youthful behavior.

February 6, 2020

2020 Women's March in NYC

Join the NYCLU and hundreds of thousands of people across the globe to resist, protest, and make our voices heard during the third year of the Women’s March.

Please RSVP below so we can keep you updated on a meeting location.

January 18, 2020

Town Hall: Bronx

Schools should be places where students are included, respected, and supported. But in New York, students lose hundreds of thousands of days in the classroom each year because of suspensions, often for normal youthful behavior.

January 16, 2020

I-81 Block Party

Join the New York Civil Liberties Union and Urban Jobs Taskforce for a block party, hosted by DJ Big Boy. This block party is part of a three-part series to engage young people in the I-81 discussion. Refreshments will be served.

December 20, 2019

Town Hall: East Harlem

Schools should be places where students are included, respected, and supported. But in New York, students lose hundreds of thousands of days in the classroom each year because of suspensions, often for normal youthful behavior.

December 4, 2019