Evanston Now featured an article about ACLU of Illinois' Development Director Emerita Marcia Liss' recent award received at the Bill of Rights Celebration on September 24. The Roger Baldwin Lifetime Achievement Award is given annually at the Celebration to honor a civil libertarian whose work has exemplified the mission of the ACLU.

Liss retired last week as development director of the ACLU of Illinois after more than 20 years spent with the group over four decades.

"Marcia has played an indispensable role in building support for the ACLU," said Colleen Connell, executive director of the ACLU of Illinois, said in a news release.

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