The ACLU of Rhode Island has been a constant presence at the State House this legislative session as we testify, monitor, and weigh in on hundreds of bills that could impact your civil liberties. Now, we need your help.
Whether you want to repeal voter ID, end the school-to-prison pipeline, or strengthen privacy rights, your legislators need to hear from you. Join us this Saturday, March 14, at 2 p.m. at the Rochambeau Library for the ACLU Advocate Training Day to learn how you can become an effective advocate for civil liberties and play an active role at the State House. Our policy associate and other local advocates will offer advice on tracking legislation, crafting arguments, meeting with your legislators, writing and delivering testimony, and working with fellow advocates. Afterwards, you’ll be ready to make your voice heard at the State House and to protect the civil liberties of all Rhode Islanders.
The ACLU Advocate Training Day is free and open to all, and no experience is needed to attend. Join us in making Rhode Island a better place for all.