Does the WeChat Ban Violate First Amendment Rights? Come Speak Your Rights – with the ACLU

Dear Friends,

UCA is pleased to invite you to join us for the second session of our webinar series: “UCA Town Hall.”

The webinar, titled “Does the WeChat Ban Violate First Amendment Rights? SPEAK YOUR RIGHTS – with the ACLU” – will feature the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and examine the constitutionality of the Trump Administration’s decision to ban WeChat and TikTok. Our panelists will also discuss the broadening scope of US national security policies and actions, including the Justice Department’s “China Initiative,” and their implications for Chinese Americans and civil liberties.

Before Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg served on the nation’s highest court, she rose to prominence as an ACLU lawyer fighting for equal rights. The ACLU has continued to defend immigrant rights and address racial injustice, and is currently representing Professor Xi Xiaoxing in a civil rights lawsuit challenging the FBI’s baseless prosecution of Professor Xi and its discriminatory targeting of Chinese American scientists like him.

There is no time like now to SPEAK UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS. We hope you will join us!

DATE: Thursday, September 24, 2020
TIME: 8:00pm – 9:00pm EDT | 5:00pm – 6:00pm PDT

This online event will be free via Zoom and will also be broadcast live on Youtube.

REGISTER FOR THE September 24 Event Here:

Submit your questions to the panelists in advance during Registration or by emailing: info@usausa.org

For the webinar agenda, please visit the UCA Website here: https://ucausa.org/uca-townhall-webinar-on-wechat-ban/

Can’t find your registration link or joining last minute? Watch the UCA Townhall via the UCA YouTube Channel Live-Broadcast Link: https://www.youtube.com/c/UCASocials/featured

The UCA Town Hall is a webinar series highlighting key topics facing the Chinese American community with the goal to provide information, facilitate dialogue, and promote civic engagement.


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