Event: Sunday Speaker
Speaker: Anjali Abraham, ACLU Public Policy Director
AZ Legislative bills in the 2013 hopper
After her excellent overview last year on the Arizona Legislature, Anjali Abraham will join us again to focus on challenges to our constitional rights on separation of church and state, reproductive rights, and free speech.
Anjali Abraham joined the ACLU of Arizona in August 2010 as Public Policy Director. She comes to the ACLU after serving as Associate Government Affairs Director for the Arizona Association of Counties, where she served as a lobbyist for Arizona's elected county officials. Prior to working at the Arizona Association of Counties, Anjali worked as an assistant attorney general for the Tobacco Enforcement Unit of the Arizona Attorney General's Office. She previously clerked for the Honorable James Hardesty of the Nevada Supreme Court and worked as an editor for web and print health care news publications. Anjali, received her law degree from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law and earned a Master of Letters in Divinity from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Anjali grew up in Phoenix and is a volunteer with the Arizona Humane Society.
The Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix presents their Sunday Speaker meetings twice a month on Sunday mornings.
We enjoy the company of our fellow Humanists and a lecture from a guest speaker and topic discussion ending by 11:30 a.m. Our meetings are free and open to anyone who is interested in learning more about Humanism.
Breakfast is offered for sale to members and guests for $5.00. For coffee only, the charge is $1.00. If you would like to have coffee and/or food, please pay at the welcome desk by the entrance door. Of course, donations are always gratefully accepted as well.
For your convenience, the membership desk is immediately behind the welcome desk at each Sunday meeting. Stop by to join or renew your membership in HSGP, or to update your records such as your email address.
Thank you! See you at the HSGP Community Center!