Volunteers Needed: Join Us in Defense of Free Speech at the RNC

Baylor Johnson
Online Advocacy Coordinator, ACLU of Florida

First Amendment

We’ve been preparing ourselves and our communities for months, and now it’s finally here. In just over a week, the eyes of the world will be on Florida when the 2012 Republican National Convention comes to Tampa.

Help us protect First Amendment rights on the streets of Tampa by volunteering with the ACLU of Florida.

With the help of ACLU supporters like you, we’ve held town halls, forums and webinars, we’ve created and distributed materials about First Amendment rights, and we’ve met with city and law enforcement leaders to make sure that people’s rights are being protected, all in preparation for what’s happening in our state in a few short days. Now is your chance to help us make sure that all of that work pays off.

While the world focuses on what’s happening inside the arena, there will be thousands of people outside attempting to exercise their First Amendment rights while navigating rules, restrictions and a major law enforcement presence. We need volunteers to help with a public education campaign to let demonstrators, journalists, activists and even local citizens know about their rights and the role of the ACLU in protecting those rights.

Sign up today to volunteer during the RNC and be a part of First Amendment history.

2 Responses to “Volunteers Needed: Join Us in Defense of Free Speech at the RNC”


  1. 1 Margie Andres-Kuhlman August 23, 2012 at 4:36 am

    I live in the Tampa Bay area and support the ACLU, but what types of things are volunteers doing?


  1. 1 Volunteers Needed: Join Us in Defense of Free Speech at the Republican National Convention « The Tallahassee O Trackback on August 21, 2012 at 6:16 pm

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