/ Nuclear Weapons
To Military Service
Hartford Public Access TV
Adopt a Village in
CCPJ Member's Focus Links
Hartford Citizens For Peace
Connecticut and Massachusetts Town's Cost of Iraq War
(See the Flyer showing that West Hartford's cost is currently $108
"Take Back Our Rights"
& Political Rights Conference October 7, 2006
Take Back Our Rights!
A statewide conference to
restore our Constitutional rights!
Saturday, October 7th, 2006
Quinnipiac University School of Law,
With Keynote Speakers,
Professor Amii Omara-Otunnu,
UNESCO Chair of Comparative Human Rights, UConn
Linda Chavez-Thompson of AFL-CIO
A coalition of thirty-five Connecticut
groups have organized "Take Back Our Rights," a civil and
political rights conference, for Saturday, October 7, 9:00 AM to 4:00
PM, at Quinnipiac University School of Law Grand Courtroom.
Keynote speakers are Amii Omara-Otunnu, UNESCO Chair in
Comparative Human Rights at UConn, Storrs, Linda Chavez Thompson,
Executive Vice President of National AFL-CIO, Donna Lieberman,
Executive Director, New York Civil Liberties Union, and Rachel Meeropol,
Center for Constitutional Rights Staff Attorney representing Guantanamo
Workshops scheduled are as follows: (1) Immigrants' Rights, (2)
Women's & LGBT Rights, (3) Workers' Right to Organize, (4) Voters'
Rights / Election Law, (5) CT Librarians vs FBI & Patriot Act / NSA
Wiretapping / Civilian Surveillance and (6) Human Rights / Prisoner Abuse
/ Minority Rights / Geneva Accords.
Registration: $25 regular and $10 student / low income. Lunch is
included. Telephone reservations may be made at 860-241-0065 or by email,
email@example.com through October
Sponsoring organizations are as follows: Albert Schweitzer
Institute, American Association of University Women, American Civil
Liberties Union-CT, American Federation of Teachers-CT, American Friends
Service Committee-CT program, Communist Party of CT, CT AFL-CIO, CT Center
for a New Economy, CT Education Association, CT Immigrants & Refugee
Coalition, CT Library Association, CT Coalition on Cuba, CT National
Organization for Women, CT United for Peace, CT Women's Education &
Legal Fund, Democracy Works, Graduate Employees & Student Organization
at Yale (GESO), Greater Hartford Coalition on Cuba, Greater New Haven
Peace Council, Guilford Peace Alliance, Local 34, Local 35 Unite-Here,
Love Makes a Family, Middle East Crisis Committee, NAACP-CT, National
Association of Social Workers - CT Chapter, National Lawyers Guild-CT
Chapter, New England Healthcare Employees 1199, New Haven Leon Sister City
Project, New Haven Peace Commission, Peace & Social Concerns Comm-Wilton
Friends Meeting, People Against Injustice, Planned Parenthood of CT,
United Nations Association - CT Section, We Refuse To Be Enemies, and West
Hartford Citizens for Peace & Justice.
$25 registration fee or $10 Student fee
RSVP by October 2nd
860.241.0065 or firstname.lastname@example.org