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|The "War on Terror" and American Civil Liberties: A Regress Report|
|Date||Thursday April 26|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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Unitarian Universalist Center, Martin Luther King Room
1187 Franklin Street, corner Geary Blvd.
An expert in human rights and peace law under the statutes and treaties of the United States and United Nations, Ann Fagan Ginger is one of the most respected authorities on civil rights in the United States. She has taught law at several universities, published 22 books, won a civil liberties case in the U.S. Supreme Court and provided expert testimony leading to the acquittal of nuclear weapons protesters. She lectures widely and has served as both chair and vice chair of on the Peace and Justice Commission that administers the Nuclear Free Zone Ordinance in Berkeley.
A 2011 graduate of the UCLA School of Law, Rachel Roberts has been active in the movement for Palestinian rights since 2003, serving as media coordinator for the International Solidarity Movement and working with the Youth Leadership Institute of Jewish Voice for Peace. She has developed a keen interest in working on civil rights issues affecting the American Muslim community.