The American Civil Liberties Union was founded in 1920 by Unitarian Roger Baldwin. The ACLU today has nearly 400,000 members and supporters. ACLU lawyers and lobbists cover a broad range of issues including: Women's Rights, National Security, Privacy, HIV/AIDS and Prison Reform.
Vision and Values
This curriculum is designed to provide U.S.-based Unitarian Universalists with an opportunity to reflect historically, ethically and religiously about patriotism, the state of civil liberties in the U.S., and the ongoing impact of September 11th. The curriculum can be tailored to adult education or small group ministry, congregational youth activities, intergenerational or community-wide conversations.
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