ACLU of Hawaii and Olelo Community Media Present “Know Your Rights: Documenting Law Enforcement Interactions in Hawaii”

I just got a facebook invitation to the following presentation from the American Civil Liberties Union Hawaii Chapter: “Know Your Rights: Documenting Law Enforcement Interactions in Hawaii

Presented in the public interest and by request from individuals wishing to engage in peaceful protest. An informational session discussing general guidelines on photographing, video recording or otherwise documenting interactions with law enforcement in public spaces. Free, open to the public. This session be recorded by ‘Olelo for future rebroadcast.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawai‘i is a private, non-profit, non-partisan government watchdog that defends individual rights from government abuse. The ACLU regularly provides information sessions at no cost to the public to increase awareness about individual freedoms. Individuals who are aware of their rights under the Constitution are an important check and balance on government abuse of power.

Presented by the ACLU of Hawai‘i and the Palolo Community Media Center/‘Olelo Community Media, 10/26 3-4 p.m., at Palolo Community Media Center, Jarrett Middle School, 1903 Palolo Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96816

Gee… I wonder why I would get this invitation?

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