Join Communities United for Police Reform, the New York Civil Liberties Union's Teen Activist Project, and the Center for Constitutional Rights for a conversation about community safety for young people by young people.
If Roe v Wade falls, what happens to abortion in the United States? What are effective legal strategies to protect the right to abortion with a conservative Supreme Court? And in such a legal climate, what about access and equity for people who have been left out?
On the eve of the most important election of our lifetimes, join Broadway favorites and other luminaries for a concert of solidarity, community, and renewal as we stand – and sing – with the NYCLU and the ACLU to protect one of our most essential democratic rights: the right to vote.
Qualified Immunity: An Obstacle to Justice
On October 29, 2020, join the Hudson Valley Chapter for the Henry Schwarzschild Memorial Lecture.
Protest monitors play a crucial role in protecting the right to protest throughout New York State. Please join us virtually for a protest monitor training for New Yorkers who live outside of New York City.
Please join members of the NYCLU's youth programs and NYCLU staff for a discussion about the importance of the youth voice in the 2020 election.
Join the Nassau County Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union for a virtual forum to hear about important voting information so that you can make your voting plan. Click the "Join via Zoom" button at right to view the login credentials.
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.
Please note this event has been canceled due to state and local restrictions on gatherings.
Honoring the past and fueling the future.
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.