2011 - our 46th Anniversary Year!
Since 1965, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Hawai‘i exists to protect the fundamental freedoms enshrined in the U.S. and State Constitutions. We fulfill this through legislative advocacy, litigation, and public education programs statewide. We are a non-partisan and private nonprofit organization that provides services at no cost to the public. To maintain our independence as a government watchdog, we do not accept government funds, relying instead on the generosity and kokua of our members and supporters.
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- Nominees Sought Year-Round for Hawai‘i Board:
The ACLU of Hawai‘i Nominating Committee** year-round seeks candidates statewide to fill future vacancies on Board of Directors. Nominees of diverse backgrounds are welcome who can be visionary leaders. Prior Board experience not required but solid candidates are committed to ACLU mission, collaboration and non-profit excellence. To increase diversity, we are especially encouraging individuals who best represent youth, ethnic/racial minorities and/or disability communities to be nominated. Send your recommendations – all confidential – to Executive Director Vanessa Chong <email@example.com> along with resume of candidate.
** Andrea Low (chair), Jeff Hong, Tom Humphreys, Marianita Lopez (Affiliate Affirmative Action Officer) and Patrick Taomae
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