ACLU of Kentucky: Moving Justice Forward for 60 Years, an exhibit marking the 60th anniversary of the founding of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky, will be presented March 29-May 1 at WKU’s Mass Media and Technology Hall Gallery. The exhibit explores the ACLU of Kentucky’s history through the stories of members, clients, and former staff and board members.
The ACLU of Kentucky also is sponsoring several other events on the WKU campus to highlight historical and current civil liberties issues. All events are free and open to the public.
Events include the following:
- March 30: I AM A Kentuckian Tour: An Undocumented Kentuckian Shares His Story, 4 p.m. at Gary Ransdell Hall Auditorium. Sponsored by the ACLU of Kentucky, Potter College of Arts & Letters, Department of English, Department of History, Department of Philosophy and Religion, Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility, WKU HOLAS, the Coalition for Social Justice, and the Student Coalition for Renters’ Rights.
- March 30: Exhibit Opening Reception for ACLU of Kentucky: Moving Justice Forward for 60 Years, 5 p.m. at Mass Media and Technology Hall Gallery.
- April 9: Witness to Innocence Tour featuring Death Row Exoneree Sabrina Butler Porter, 3:30 p.m. at Gary Ransdell Hall Auditorium.
- April 20: Panel Discussion on History of ACLU of Kentucky’s Work on LGBT Rights, 5 p.m. at Gary Ransdell Hall Auditorium.
Contact: Amber Duke, (502) 581-9746 or Amber@aclu-ky.org; or Patricia Minter, (270) 745-5098