August's Secular Speaker Series will feature a lecture by Joseph E. Welsh entitled "ACLU's Defense of Religious Liberty and Freedom."
The lecture will discuss the historical role which ACLU has played in defending First Amendment freedoms, including the freedom to practice a religion, or no religion, and the freedom from state-sponsored religion.
Joe is a State Board member and Executive Committee member with ACLU of Pennsylvania, as well as Treasurer for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chapter. He is a Steering Committee member with the Easton Hunger Coalition and serves on the Board of Trustees for Respect Graduate School of Islamic Studies.
You can email him at email@example.com and follow him on Twitter @JosephEWelsh
Timeline for this event:
10:30 am - coffee & conversation
11:00 am - announcements & presentation
12:45 pm-ish - "lunching in" at the Center.
If you wish to stay, feel free to bring your own food, or bring cash and come a few minutes early to join us in ordering from Pies On (including shared pizza & salad, vegan options, or anything from their menu).
The Community Parking Deck (6th & Walnut) is a few feet from this event. Street parking is available, but limited; meters are not enforced on Sundays. See http://www.allentownparking.com/ for more information.
522 W Maple St
Allentown, PA 18101
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