NEWS BRIEF: ACLU resistance training sessions

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By Wednesday, Mar 8 We the People  1 Comment

Great Barrington — The American Civil Liberties Union will conduct a “Next Step: People Power” resistance training session at the Prairie Whale at 178 Main Street this Saturday, March 11, at 3:30 p.m.

At these “next step” sessions, the ACLU will livestream resistance training information, as part of the ACLU’s campaign to organize mass resistance to President Donald Trump’s threats to civil rights, liberties, and basic constitutional freedoms.

An additional session will be held at 1440 Pleasant St. in South Lee, Mass., beginning at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 11.

The event at the Prairie Whale begins at 3:30, with livestreaming starting at 4:30. To RSVP and get directions, click here; to RSVP to the event in South Lee, click here.

To find the locations and times of more events and information, click here.


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  1. Lynne says:

    I believe the training event in all cases is 4:30, not 3:30.

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