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Register today for “Securing Our Rights in Info-Sharing Era” 12/1 in #SanFrancisco

September 30, 2011

  • What do Secure Communities, surveillance and wiretaps have in common?
  • How can we connect human rights movements at the border, interior struggles to stop harsh immigration enforcement, national security advocacy, anti-surveillance organizing, & privacy rights?
  • How do we frame our work to challenge the government’s growing information-sharing databases?

Securing Our Rights in the Information-Sharing Era

A convening on national security, surveillance, and immigration enforcement

 San Francisco, CA December 1 – 2, 2011

 Securing Our Rights in the Information Sharing Era will bring together organizers, policy experts, and community leaders from around the country to better connect our work in the fields of immigration, national security, criminal justice, and privacy  in the context of growing information-sharing.

 Register today!

Download the PDF flyer here

Join us at Securing Our Rights in the Information Sharing Era to connect, learn, and bring our movements together!

 Brought to you by

Co-hosts: Asian Law Caucus • Coalition For Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles • Electronic Frontier Foundation • Muslim Advocates • Rights Working Group

Planning Committee: Advancement Project • American Civil Liberties Union •American Civil Liberties Union – San Diego • Arab American Center for Economic and Social Services •Asian American Justice Center • Bill of Rights Defense Committee • Council on American-Islamic Relations – San Francisco Bay Area • Detention Watch Network • Electronic Privacy Information Center • National Day Laborers Organizing Network • National Network for Arab American Communities • South Asian Network

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