Join the ACLU of Georgia and State Lawmakers for a virtual discussion on redistricting! Learn about what has taken place so far in the redistricting process, learn what to expect with redistricting going forward, and learn how you can make your voice heard!
Every ten years, the state legislature modifies the boundaries (lines) of the districts for various elected officials, like Congressmen/women and State Legislators. These officials make decisions that impact our ability to vote, get access to healthcare, and many other aspects of our lives.
The decisions made during this redistricting process will impact the lives of countless Georgians for the next ten years or more. Join us for the virtual discussion to learn more!
Legal Observers needed for upcoming March on for Voting Rights!
Saturday, August 28, 2021
Starting at 10:00 AM
The March on For Voting Rights (march and rally) is one of many around the country that will be happening in commemoration of the historic March on Washington in 1963. Sign up for a two-hour shift to participate!
This March is a mass mobilization effort to denounce voter suppression and ensure fair voter access for all. The March will start at 10am at Ebenezer Church and will end at Centennial Olympic Park. Once everyone arrives at Centennial Olympic Park (approximately at 12pm), there will be a rally with speakers.
People’s Health Forum is an opportunity for us to share our needs and experiences with our lawmakers, because public health and civil rights crises do not end just because session is over.
During the 2021 legislative session we saw many targeted attacks on the rights of our communities. From the passage of retaliatory attacks on voting rights and access to the polls, to that passage of a bill that create new dangers for protestors, to attempted attacks on the rights of trans youth.
By voicing our concerns to lawmakers, we put a face to our issues and show legislators the human they represent. At the People’s Health Forum, we ensure that elected officials are informed about our issues.
Join us for our bi-monthly Reproductive Rights and Justice Learning Hour!
We discuss GA state policy and action steps to address injustices and inequalities, and content that uses the reproductive justice framework.
Join the ACLU of Georgia on April 1 at 6pm for a 2021 legislative session recap after Sine Die.
Join us as we honor Congresswoman Nikema Williams, former Deputy AG Sally Q. Yates, civil rights activist Sherry Frank, Charles S. Johnson III, a pillar of the legal community.