Where Freedoms Collide

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When and Where:
Monday, November 5, 2018 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
at Indiana Landmarks Center - Cook Theater

1201 Central Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46202

Special Venue Instructions: First come, first serve parking is available in the Indiana Landmarks Center lot. Additional street parking is also available.
freedoms collide

Cost:
Free

Event Description:

SOLD OUT. This event has reached its seating capacity and is now operating a wait list. 

Wrestle with the competing rights, responsibilities, and values that define what it means to be an American.


How do we balance minority and majority rights? America's history is full of intersections where the rights of the minority conflict with the rights of the majority. Where the promise to protect individual liberty conflicts with the promise to protect our communities from harm, foreign and domestic. Join the ACLU for a moderated conversation about the intersection where competing rights, and competing values, must be resolved. We will look at topics such as immigration and President Trump’s travel ban, as well as RFRA and LGBTQ rights—all while considering the diverse country we live in and how we can best work to find the right balance that will keep all Americans free, safe and equal. 

SOLD OUT. Click here to join the waitlist. Guests on the waitlist will be offered seats as they become available the night of the event.

Presented by ACLU of Indiana, Exodus Refugees, and Jewish Community Relations Council. 

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Image Credit (left):  Alisdaire Hickson-Flickr
Image Credit (right): Louise Wateridge-Shutterstock