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Social Justice

ACLU of Arizona – Movie & Movement Building: Freedom Writers

Register for the In-Person Event: bit.ly/FreeWriteReg Register for the Virtual Event: bit.ly/FreeWriteZoom There is power in writing down your story. The founders of the Freedom Writers movement knew this, and since 1994, thousands of students have found self-empowerment through journaling. Join us for a screening of the movie, Freedom Writers. The film will be followed […]

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YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix – Understanding the Advanced Child Tax Credit

The Child Tax Credit (CTC) in the American Rescue Plan provides the largest child tax credit and historic relief to working families ever. As of July 15th, eligible families are automatically receiving monthly payments of $250 or $300 per child without having to take any action. The Child Tax Credit is meant to help all […]

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Arizona Palestine Solidarity Alliance – Why Palestine Matters – a teach-in for activists

Why Palestine Matters a teach-in for activists Breakfast, lunch and refreshments provided Palestinian/Arabic food Registration Required To register please send and email to ArizonaPalestine@gmail.com with the following information: Name, preferred pronouns, email address, phone number (optional) and a paragraph or two about yourself, issues important to you, your activism and why you’re interested in this teach-in. […]

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Murdoch Community Center – The Color of Hollywood (or lack thereof): Examining the Issue of Colorism on the Silver

The Color of Hollywood Join us for this Lived Black Experience CommUnity Dialogue examines the issue of colorism in Hollywood. Why it’s a problem and how it impacts life on and off the BIG screen. CommUnity Dialogue Presenters: Dr. Mary Roaf Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies (California State University – Stanislaus) Dr. Treya Allen Program […]

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21st Annual Dia De Los Muertos Procession

21 years honoring those who have lost their lives crossing the Sonora-Arizona desert. Since the year 2000, over 4,000 migrants have died and more than half have not been identified. This fiscal year alone, 188 people have died on the Sonora-Arizona border. We want to ensure we honor the unidentified. To say the names of […]

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ACLU of Arizona – In Our Shoes: The Registry

Each person faces different obstacles depending on their charges. Join us for a virtual conversation about the barriers of transition for formerly incarcerated individuals. This presentation will discuss the barriers of the Registry and how it affects people for the rest of their lives. Tune in to hear from keynote speaker Dustin Campo, owner of […]

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Indivisible Arizona – One Human Family Fest

Please join us for our One Human Family Fest. Indivisible Phoenix, Desert Progressives Indivisible, Case Action, and Unite Here are hosting with us. It’s a party! Let’s celebrate our diversity. This is a chance for people to come together and spend some time getting to know each other. We have our differences but we need […]

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ACLU of Arizona – People Power Hour: Intro to Defelonization

Arizona’s obsolete “War on Drug” laws have harmed individuals, families and communities for too long. Reclassifying drug and drug paraphernalia possession offenses from felony charges to misdemeanors is one way to reduce the impact of these harsh policies. Our upcoming Defelonization campaign will focus on passing legislation that does just that. Join us for a […]

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ACLU of Arizona – Resist Border Militarization: Special Panel Discussion

RSVP to get instructions on how to join us using this form: https://action.aclu.org/…/nm-resist-border… Join the ACLU of New Mexico, the ACLU of Arizona, and the ACLU Chapter at the UNM School of Law on Tuesday, October 19 at noon for a special panel discussion about the award-winning documentary film Undeterred. Filmmaker Eva Lewis will be […]

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