10/8: Annual Meeting 2020

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BURNING FILES, “BOB SMITH,” & FEAR OF “RADICALS”:
MEMPHIS POLICE SPYING, YESTERDAY AND TODAY

Thursday, October 8
6 pm CT/7 pm ET
Location: This will be a virtual meeting held via Zoom.
RSVP required
You will receive Zoom log-in information upon registration.

PLEASE NOTE: Zoom log-in information has been sent to everyone who registered. If you registered and did not receive it, please check your spam folders. If you cannot find it, please email communications@aclu-tn.org.

From Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to Vietnam War protesters to the Black Lives Matter movement, the Memphis police have a long history of spying on political activists. Please join ACLU-TN for a discussion of the history of police surveillance in Memphis, our successful lawsuit challenging these practices today, and what you can do about it.

Free and open to the public. Please RSVP at https://action.aclu.org/webform/tn-annual-meeting-2020 or by calling (615) 320-7142, and we will send you the Zoom meeting details closer to the event date.

2020-10-08T16:35:01-05:00 September 18th, 2020|Categories: Events, General News|