Police Brutality & Surveillance in the Online Era


October 18, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
ACLU of Northern CA
39 Drumm St
San Francisco, CA 94111

Join us at the ACLU office in San Francisco for a Human Rights Happy Hour and discussion on police brutality and surveillance in communities of color. We’ll hear from these inspiring speakers on the grave problems of excessive use of force and discrimination in policing, the challenges of data collection, and the role of technology and media as tools of both advocacy and repression.

Confirmed speakers

  • Malkia Cyril, Executive Director, Center for Media Justice
  • Kristian Lum, Lead Statistician, Human Rights Data Analysis Group
  • DeRay Mckessson, Civil rights activist, organizer, and educator
  • Diana Tate Vermeire, Racial Justice Initiative Director, ACLU of Northern CA

Cost: Free

RSVP is required. Reserve your spot today.

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The panel discussion will begin at 6 p.m. You are invited to mingle and connect with fellow human rights advocates before and after the panel. Wine and light appetizers will be served. Download or share the event flyer.

This event is organized by the International Justice Resource Center and is co-sponsored by the ACLU of Northern California, Human Rights Data Analysis Group, Human Rights Watch, Asylum Access, Amnesty International USA, the Human Rights Center at UC Berkeley Law, and Center for Justice & Accountability.

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