You are invited to a talk by ACLU Ohio on the Intersections of Poverty and Civil Liberties. The talk will be on April 14, 2014 at the University of Toledo, HSHS building, room 1711 from 3:45 – 5:15.
“Living in poverty is not a violation of the Constitution, but a resident of Toledo’s income can make it more (or less) likely that his or her rights will be violated. Because of targeted enforcement, where we can afford to live impacts our interactions with the police. Where we live also influences the schools our children can attend and our children’s potential to interact with police at school – and possibly whether our children get an education or a rap sheet. Learn more about the intersection of class, income and the Constitution in this workshop, and what important steps you can take to combat social policies that disproportionately impact low-income individuals.”
There is limited space so you must RSVP to Angela.Campbell@utoledo.eduby Friday April 11. A flyer is attached. Please come join us for this important topic.
TAKE BACK THE NIGHT
Saturday April 26, 2014- University of Toledo South Park Campus
Resource Fair 6pm~ Event 7pm