Russ Feingold talk: May 8, 2013
Please join the Mid-peninsula ACLU chapter to hear Russ Feingold's
Why I Voted Against the Patriot Act
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Reception starts 6:30 pm
Talk starts 7:00 pm
Unitarian Universalist Church
505 E. Charleston Road
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Monthly Board Meetings
Our normal monthly meeting for May has been
CANCELLED. Our board meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm.
You are welcome to come, even if you aren't currently an ACLU
member. Because of the
holidays, there will be no board meeting in December.
Our usual meeting place is the Friends Meeting House on Colorado
Street in Palo Alto. The address is:
Friends Meeting House
957 Colorado Ave
Palo Alto, California 94306
This location is in a residential neighborhood. The
meeting room is at the back of the parking lot, which can look
dark and empty in the winter.
Scholarship Essay Contest Winner Announcement: Dec. 15, 2011
The three winners for the ACLU scholarship contest announced!
The Winners are:
Click on the winners names to see their essay.
ACLU Essay Contest Rules
Oct. 4, 2010: Annual Meeting with talks on police practices and drug
June 2, 2010 Screening of "American Violet", a dramatized case
that the ACLU handled in 2002
Oct. 6, 2009: Annual Dinner with speaker Ann Brick on
Transparency under the Obama Administration
May 17, 2009: School Bias and Pushout
We invited speakers to talk on our school system and it's
relationship to the prison system. Click
here to see video of the event.
- Dec. 7, 2008 Bill of Rights
The celebration was at the Regency Hotel on Van Ness in
San Francisco. Over 1000 civil
rights proponents attended.
- Annual Meeting, Oct. 28, 2008
Our annual dinner-meeting was held at
Michael's Restaurant in Shoreline Park, Mountain View.
Assemblywoman Sally Lieber, spoke on
"Juvenile Justice in California".
- Redwood City Fourth of
July Parade, July 4, 2008
Promoting fun and awareness, our Statues-of-Liberty marched in
this well organized parade. Come march with us in 2009!!
- False Convictions
Event, May 3, 2008
A falsely-convicted man, a Pulitzer-prize winning journalist,
and the leader of the ACLU death penalty program showed us just
how wrong the criminal justice system can be. The
highlights are well worth watching.
- Mid-Peninsula ACLU Annual Member Dinner | Oct. 4, 2007
- Wine and Cheese Spring Party - May 12, 2007
- Clarence Darrow: The Search for Justice | January 20, 2007
- Bill of Rights Day Celebration | December 10, 2006
- Annual Dinner | October 26, 2006
- Gay Pride Parade | June 3, 2006
- Wine & Chocolate Spring Party | April 8, 2006
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