Craving a good read? Want to find new ways to inform your activism? Looking for a way to build community around the issues of civil rights? Enter the ACLU of Maine Civil Liberties Book Club.
Testimony of ACLU of Maine Executive Director Alison Beyea before the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary on March 7, 2019
A letter to the editor is a great advocacy tool for reaching a wide audience outside of your immediate acquaintances. Keep these tips in mind to maximize your chance of getting published.
It’s that time again! Over 2,000 bill titles have been announced by the Maine Legislature, and now we’re reading every single one to identify which ones will have implications – good or bad – for your rights and liberties.
A relatively unique aspect of the legislative process here in Maine is that every bill gets a public hearing. Which means anyone can testify on a bill in Augusta. No exceptions. All that's required is a little bit of prep work on your end.
This piece first appeared on MaineBeacon.com
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