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Phoenix, AZ
Mar 16-17

Civic Space Park
424 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ

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March 16

10:00 am–7:00 pm

Doors open. All are welcome.
Interactive exhibits, family-friendly activities, and more.

11:00 am–12:00 pm

A Conversation About Quality Education

“Demand to Learn” discusses keeping children in classrooms.

1:00 pm–3:00 pm

No Woman Left Behind

What is the effect on a family when a mother is sentenced to prison?

3:00 pm–4:00 pm

Rising Youth Theatre Kids’ Table

A dialogue about issues that impact youth.

4:30 pm–7:00 pm

The Senators and The Cody Blackbird Band

Jam out with Arizona-based bands to celebrate rights for all.

March 17

10:00 am–4:00 pm

Doors open. All are welcome.
Interactive exhibits, family-friendly activities, and more.

10:00 am–4:00 pm

Interactive Mural Project

Featuring muralist and painter Lucinda Y Hinojos.

11:00 am–1:00 pm

“You Racist, Sexist, Bigot”

A film featuring stories of discrimination and hope.

1:00 pm–3:30 pm

“Birthright: A War Story”

A documentary about women across the U.S. under siege.

Highlights

A Conversation with Demand to Learn
March 16, 11:00am

In Arizona, too many students are missing the opportunity for a quality education.

Demand to Learn is working to eliminate practices that push children out of classrooms. Hear how this ACLU of Arizona campaign is working with parents, students, and schools to make public education more equitable.


Learn more here.

No Woman Left Behind
March 16, 1:00pm

What is the effect on a family when a mother is sentenced to prison?

Arizona has the fourth highest incarceration rate in the nation and imprisons women at twice the rate of other states. Hear from formerly incarcerated people and others advocating for sentencing reform about the impact incarceration has on Arizona families.


Learn more about the ACLU of Arizona’s Campaign for Smart Justice here.

Rising Youth Theatre Kids’ Table
March 16, 3:00pm

Join youth artist facilitators from Rising Youth Theatre for a Kids’ Table about student push-out in Arizona.

A performance where young people host a roundtable conversation about issues that impact youth, while adults are asked to observe, listen and learn.


Learn more here.

Interactive Mural Project
March 17, 10:00am

Watch valley muralist and painter Lucinda Y Hinojos, who also goes by the name La Morena, create an image related to social justice, sketch it onto a canvas, and get the canvas ready for the community to paint.


Learn more about her work here.

“You Racist, Sexist, Bigot.”
March 17, 11:00am

Featuring stories of discrimination and hope, this film was conceived and filmed in Arizona but tells truly—and sadly—American stories.

From a young black male raised in Ferguson, Missouri, to an undocumented transgender woman living and working in a state where immigrant rights are more than just a headline, each writer shares a message about their understanding of the bigotry they face daily.


More information here.

“Birthright: A War Story.”
March 17, 1:00pm

This documentary tells the stories of women across the U.S. under siege.

Every day, their ability to make their own decisions about their bodies, health, reproduction, sexuality and childbirth is under attack.


More information here.

Digital Display of ACLU of Arizona “In This Together” Exhibit
March 16 & 17

A traveling exhibition featuring 40 Arizona artists.

Although the exhibit will be on display in Tubac during the ACLU 100 Experience, the art pieces will be shown digitally during this Phoenix event.


Learn more here.

Thank you for joining us!

Thank you for attending the ACLU100 Experience and learning how to reduce prison populations, protect immigrants, and ensure everyone’s constitutional right to vote. We hope you enjoyed the performers, speakers, and artists who partnered with us for this event.

Learn more and get involved on our website or social media.

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Phoenix, AZ
 |  Mar 16-17

Civic Space Park
424 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ