On Saturday, February 29, 2020, join us for our ACLU Centennial Celebration Philly to enjoy food, drinks, entertainment, and constitutional Quizzo during an evening that honors the legacy and toasts to the spirit of the ACLU. Featuring internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter J.S. Ondara and special performances by the Brotherly Love, Select Ensemble of the Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus and Martha Graham Cracker.
"We the People" award recipients:
Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator of the acclaimed New York Times "1619 Project" observing the 400th anniversary of the advent of American slavery.
The Players Coalition, founded by pro-football players Anquan Boldin and Malcolm Jenkins, the coalition works to make an impact on social justice and racial equality at the federal, state and local levels through advocacy, awareness, education, and allocation of resources.
Getting to the event:
The parking lot at the National Constitution Center will provide parking at a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend taking public transportation is possible.
A complimentary coach check will be available.
6:00 pm - Sponsorship Reception
6:30 pm - Main Event, Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres
8:15 pm - Program and Award Ceremony
9:15 pm - Dessert and Dancing