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How to Protect Civil Liberties and Equal Justice in Maine

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Curtis Memorial Library
23 Pleasant Street
Brunswick , Maine 04011
United States

Join ACLU of Maine Executive Director Alison Beyea for a discussion of anticipated changes and threats to civil liberties. Alison Beyea is the Executive Director at the ACLU of Maine, where she oversees the organization’s legal, legislative, public education and development activities. With over 8,000 members, the ACLU of Maine is the state’s oldest and largest civil liberties organization. Before joining the ACLU of Maine in 2014, Ms. Beyea held a variety of positions in not-for-profit and educational institutions. Most recently she was the Director of Admissions and an Adjunct Professor of Juvenile Law at the University of Maine School of Law. Prior to her time at Maine Law, Ms. Beyea spent years advocating for juvenile justice policy reform at the Muskie School of Public Service and providing direct legal representation to Maine children at Pine Tree Legal Assistance.

This program is part of the One Book, One Community initiative.

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