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Montgomery, AL
May 7

Union Station Train Shed
210 Water St.
Montgomery, AL

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May 7

10:00 am–8:00 pm

Doors Open. All Are Welcome.
ACLU100 welcomes visitors including Montgomery Public High School students representing nine different high schools across the city

10:00 am–8:00 pm

Arts of the Resistance Pop-Up

A pop-up exhibit with protest art from The Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice and Adelante Alabama, curated by 21 Dreams Arts & Culture Collective

10:00 am–1:00 pm

I Am More Than Tours: Creating Art & Changing Culture

An interactive program with Michelle Browder of I Am More Than Tours

11:30 am–12:00 pm

That’s My Dog Jr.

Lunch will be available until supplies run out from That’s My Dog Jr., the nation’s first teen run restaurant, located in North Montgomery

12:00 pm–12:45 pm

The People for Social Justice Career Panel

A conversation with local heroes currently working in civil rights. Panelists will include staff from ACLU of Alabama, Southern Poverty Law Center, Equal Justice Initiative, and more

5:00 pm–8:00 pm

Vibes & Sounds by DJ Meek of 97.9 Jams!

5:30 pm–6:30 pm

Women on the Frontlines: Meeting the Challenge of Voter Suppression

A conversation led by women leading grassroots efforts to restore voting and overturn voter suppression measures in the South

6:30 pm–7:00 pm

Arts of the Resistance Gallery Talk

A conversation with the curator, artists, and organizations that are featured in the Arts of the Resistance pop-up

Highlights

I Am More Than Tours: Creating Art & Changing Culture
10:00am

An interactive program with Michelle Browder of I Am More Than Tours that bridges creative art, Alabama’s history of civil rights, and the conversation around racial reconciliation.

That’s My Dog Jr.
11:30am

Lunch will be available for purchase from That’s My Dog Jr., the nation’s first teen run restaurant. Located in North Montgomery, That’s My Dog Jr. is staffed entirely by teens from That’s My Child, a nonprofit youth center which mentors youth through arts, education, and entrepreneurship.

Arts of the Resistance Pop-Up
4:00pm

This pop-up exhibit features protest art from The Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice and Adelante Alabama. Curated by 21 Dreams Arts & Culture Collective, a local organization committed to advancing the creative arts and cultivating a thriving creative community in Montgomery.

Women on the Frontlines: Meeting the Challenge of Voter Suppression
5:30pm

Dr. Felicia Bell, director of Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum, will moderate a conversation led by women leading grassroots efforts to restore voting and overturn voter suppression measures in the South such as cuts to early voting, voter ID laws, and purges of voter rolls.

Featured Partners

Food available for purchase:

  • Fire Meats Wood Food Truck
    (5–8pm)
  • Official Beer Sponsor: GoatHaus Biergarten
    (5–8pm)

Limited complimentary meals donated by On A Roll

Thank you for joining us!

Thank you for attending the ACLU100 Experience and learning how to reduce prison populations, protect immigrants, and ensure everyone’s constitutional right to vote. We hope you enjoyed the performers, speakers, and artists who partnered with us for this event.

Learn more and get involved on our website or social media.

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Montgomery, AL
 |  May 7

Union Station Train Shed
210 Water St.
Montgomery, AL