Virtual Town Hall: Civil Liberties During COVID-19

April 23, 2020 @ 7:00 pm

Watch a recording of the Virtual Town Hall

Please join the ACLU of Illinois for our Virtual Town Hall: Civil Liberties during COVID-19 on Thursday, April 23rd at 7:00 PM to hear more about our ongoing work to protect civil rights and civil liberties for all.

As the COVID-19 pandemic forces many of us to adjust our lives and face new challenges, the ACLU continues our work to protect those most vulnerable. We are actively responding to the unique risks brought on by this pandemic by: working to release vulnerable people from prisons and jails and immigrants in detention; ensuring access to all health care, including abortion care; and monitoring enforcement of the “Stay-at-Home” order to protect our civil liberties.

During this uncertain time, we are finding new ways to stay connected with others and to engage in the fight for civil liberties from home. We hope that you able to join us for this virtual conversation! Featuring: ACLU of Illinois Executive Director, Colleen Connell; Director of Advocacy and Intergovernmental Affairs, Khadine Bennett; and Roger Pascal Legal Director, Nusrat Choudhury. Director of Communications and Public Policy, Edwin Yohnka, will moderate.