5600 City Avenue Philadelphia
On Sunday, March 18th, take the pledge: I will act to ensure that all Pennsylvanians can exercise their fundamental right to vote.
Join ACLU People Power and Indivisible activists from the Delaware Valley as we mobilize to make sure everyone’s vote in Pennsylvania is protected!
Help us promote and protect the vote for:
- high school and college students
- new citizens
- people of color
- people with disabilities
- individuals with felony convictions
- and members of other underrepresented communities
Connect with organizations who are doing the work on the ground to expand and protect voter rights in our state. This kickoff will provide opportunities for individuals and groups to take direct action on campaigns led by these groups and more:
- League of Women Voters® of Central Delaware County
- Next Gen America
- 2018 New Voters
- NAACP of Pennsylvania
- Citizens for Better Elections
- Fair Districts PA
- Planned Parenthood PA Advocates
- Womens March PA
- Liberty Resources
JUST ANNOUNCED: Special Guest: Bill Cobb, Deputy Director, ACLU Campaign for Smart Justice
Sign up to join an existing team, find out how your group can get involved, hear inspiring speakers, and get excited about restoring democracy at the polls! Join the fight to protect this fundamental right! Attend, learn, get active!
NOTE: OUR DATE AND TIME IS NOW SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2018, 3-5 PM.
Our location is #88 on this Campus Map.
Parking Information: Street parking is free (Cardinal and Wynnefield Avenues should have spots). Please do not park in “decal only” labeled campus parking lots. For those needing accessible parking, take Raynham Road off of City Avenue and then a right on N. Latch’s Lane. The back campus entrance is near buildings 79 and 81 on N. Latch’s Lane. (See Campus Maphere..) Hawks Landing Parking Garage at 54th and City Line Avenue is also an option for parking. This is a paid lot and costs $3.00 per hour for the first 3 hours.
This venue is accessible.
Co-sponsored by ACLU People Power and Indivisible groups in southeastern Pennsylvania.
People Power is a mobilization campaign of volunteers organized through ACLU (see http://peoplepower.org for more information about People Power volunteers throughout the country). The Indivisible Project is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit cultivating a progressive grassroots movement at the local level.
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