ACLU BENEFIT CONCERT
Stand in solidarity with the ACLU and our work on behalf of DREAMers at The Rhythm Room on Saturday, March 30th for a night of DREAMing and dancing
Music by KT and The Repeat Offenders
Doors at 5:30pm, music 6-8pm
DANCE with Arizonans who believe that the youngest and brightest members of our communities should be able to fully pursue their dreams.
Make the DREAM a reality for talented immigrant youth to contribute and achieve the American dream.
In November, the ACLU filed litigation against Governor Brewer to demand fairness for young immigrants known as DREAMers, who were brought to the US as children and were granted a temporary reprieve from deportation and are now eligible for work permits under a federal program announced in August.
But instead of embracing the possibilities offered by these young hard-working young people, Governor Brewer immediately issued an order singling out tens of thousands of DREAMers in Arizona by denying them driver's licenses, even though they are legally authorized to live and work here.
The ACLU is standing up for these DREAMers because it's right and fair — and because it's wrong for state officials to play politics with the hopes and dreams of these ambitious leaders of tomorrow. Join us for the evening and show your support for this critical work of the ACLU.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Perkins Coie, Osborn Maledon, PinkInk, and Young Creative Minds.
Purchase tickets online or send a check to the ACLU Foundation of Arizona, PO Box 17148, Phoenix, AZ, 85011 and include "Concert" in the memo line
Sales support the ACLU Foundation of Arizona and all but $5 per ticket is tax-deductible