Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in the Trump Era: September 26th LWV of Lexington event

Since the 2016 Presidential election, the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) has emerged as a leader in our country and state protecting civil liberties, immigration rights, voting rights, and human rights in the courts. For this reason, the Lexington League of Women Voters is thrilled to present Carol Rose, Executive Director of the ACLU of Massachusetts, and a Lexington resident, as the guest speaker at the LWV Lexington’s Annual Meeting, Tuesday, September 26, 2017. The event will take place at the Lexington Community Center Dining Room, 39 Marrett Road, Lexington.  Business meeting will be from 7:00-7:30 PM followed by Carol’s remarks.  The meeting will adjourn at 8:45 PM.  Coffee and light refreshments will be served.  [Read more…]

Town Hall with Senator Markey on Sunday at NNHS

Senator Ed Markey will be holding a Town Hall this Sunday at Newton North High School, 457 Walnut Street.  Doors open at 5:30 pm and the program will start at 6 pm.  Senator Markey just returned from a trip to the Korean peninsula where he went to the DMZ and the China-North Korean border, and will be sharing his thoughts and insights on this, DACA, and other issues.

You can also find this on Facebook, where you can RSVP for the event:   http://bit.ly/2vRe5IX.

Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in the Trump Era: September 26th LWV of Lexington event

Since the 2016 Presidential election, the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) has emerged as a leader in our country and state protecting civil liberties, immigration rights, voting rights, and human rights in the courts. For this reason, the Lexington League of Women Voters is thrilled to present Carol Rose, Executive Director of the ACLU of Massachusetts, and a Lexington resident, as the guest speaker at the LWV Lexington’s Annual Meeting, Tuesday, September 26, 2017. The event will take place at the Lexington Community Center Dining Room, 39 Marrett Road, Lexington.  Business meeting will be from 7:00-7:30 PM followed by Carol’s remarks.  The meeting will adjourn at 8:45 PM.  Coffee and light refreshments will be served.  [Read more…]

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