If you are coming from Lexington, the bus will meet you at the Hamberg Place shopping center. The Hamberg Place shopping center is located just off I-75 at Exit 108/110.
*REMEMBER YOU MUST HAVE PERMISSION FROM YOUR PARENTS TO RIDE THE BUS, a hand written note from your parents is okay as well as verbal authorization over the phone. Parents can call Kate Miller at the ACLU of Ky @ 502-581-9746 or Kate Miller on her cell @ 502-648-7262.
You can download a permission slip here.
Parking and navigating college campuses can be confusing, but we are here to help! Here are some helpful maps, remember all the surface lots excluding residential parking are free on the weekends and your best bet for the Youth Rights Conference is to park near the University Club (#44 on the map) which can be accessed from Brandeis near the intersection with 1st street. It is a quick walk away and there will be plenty of signs leading you as well as bright chalk lines along the sidewalk for you to follow. The campus is easily accessible through the TARC system as well.
There is also a pay lot directly next to the S.A.C if you don't mind paying. To download PDFs click here or here to zoom in or print. REMEBER YOUR WALK WILL TAKE 5-10 MINUTES SO ALLOT SOME EXTRA TIME TO BE THERE BY 9:30.
If you have any questions call 502-581-9746 or email
In the wake of unprecedented efforts in Kentucky and acrossthe nation to enact unconstitutional, unethical and destructiveanti-immigration policies, the ACLU of Ky will host forums in Louisville onApril 10 and Lexington April 11.
The forums will feature Cecillia Wang, Managing Attorney forthe California office of ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project, as well as localadvocates and educators. Ms. Wang’s practice centers on the intersection ofimmigration and criminal law and the impact of U.S. national security policieson non-citizens. Wang is a graduate of the Yale Law School. She clerked forJudge William Norris of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit andJustice Harry Blackmun of the Supreme Court of the United States.
The discussions will highlight what comes next fromlegislative changes, presidential policies and likely landmark legal judgmentsas well as effective strategies and actions on immigration policies from acrossthe country.
Annual Gathering: Louisville, April 10, 3-5 The Americana Center 4801 Southside Drive
Lexington Forum with the UK chapter: April 11, 4-6 UK College of Law Courtroom, 620 South Limestone
Continuing Legal Education: Louisville April 11, noon - 1, Louisville Bar Association, 600 West Main St.
The Louisville and Lexington forums are free and open to thepublic, for more information please call 502-581-9746 or email
On April 14, 2011, the Indiana University Southeast Civil Liberties Union (IUSCLU) will host its annual Spring Forum event. This year’s forum, titled Law Enforcement, Civil Liberties, and the Obama Administration, will focus on the safety of civil rights under the current presidential administration. The event will be held in the IUS Library, on the Indiana University Southeast campus at 4201 Grant Line Road, New Albany IN 47150, on Thursday April 14th at 7:30pm.
Guest speakers will be addressing a wide range of civil liberties issues, including the growing use of technology in police surveillance, the current state of prisoner’s rights, current and relevant court cases, and much more. Speakers will include prominent attorneys both local and national, IUS faculty, executive leaders of the Indiana chapter of the ACLU, and police representatives. There will be open discussion and Q&A sessions following the moderated forum.
The IUSCLU is among the largest, longest running, and most active student chapters in the state and region. Traditionally, the Spring Forum is a well attended and educational event, and we are certain that this year’s forum will be no exception. We invite and encourage any interested parties to attend, and we hope to see you there.
For any additional information regarding this event, please contact the IUSCLU via email at: