ACLU's Work on Voting & Immigration Rights in America


Location: Zoom

UPDATE: This event has been moved from February 26 to March 5, 2021.

Ms. Grace Chan McKibben is Executive Director at the Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community, which seeks to empower the Chinese American communities in Greater Chicago through planning, advocacy, and organizing.

For over 25 years, Ms. Grace has held senior-level positions in education, government, corporate, and nonprofits. She currently serves on the Chicago Low-Income Real Estate Trust Fund Board; the Illinois State Asian American Employment Plan Advisory Council; the City of Chicago Language Access Task Force; the Illinois ACLU Board; and the National ACLU Board (of which she is also an elected member of the Executive Committee).

Ms. Grace Mckibbin will be hosted by the Notre Dame ACLU, to speak about the ACLU’s work, progress, and difficulties in addressing issues concerning voting and immigration rights in the United States.

The event is co-sponsored by the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), and American Constitution Society (ACS).

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