The ACLU of Idaho, through its public education program, works in communities across the state ensuring that all Idahoans are educated and informed about their civil rights. We believe that it is important for the community to know which civil liberties issues affect them locally, and how they can become involved to create change. We are able to reach out to Idahoans through a variety of means which include: hosting educational presentations, speaking at rallies, visiting local schools and organizations, and attending various community festivals.
From our annual Activist Academy, to panel lectures, to film screenings, we aim to host a variety of public events during the year to educate the public about numerous civil liberties issues the ACLU of Idaho works on. There are also opportunities to have an ACLU speaker come to an event.
The ACLU of Idaho attends various community events throughout the year which allows us to reach out to Idahoans and eduate them about our work and services we offer.