Given the recent disclosures regarding government spying, it is ever more important for people to push their local and state legislatures to ban or regulate law enforcement surveillance through the use of drones.
On Wednesday, June 26, join the Bill of Rights Defense Committee (BORDC), the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), and the Network to Stop Drone Surveillance and Warfare for an online discussion on using local legislation to ban or limit the domestic use of drones.
We will introduce model legislation developed by BORDC, share talking points, and have a conversation about effective organizing strategies.
Panelists include Shahid Buttar, George Friday, Nadia Kayyali, and Michael Figura of the Bill of Rights Defense Committee, and Joe Scarry. Hosted by AFSC's Peter Lems.
Register below to receieve a reminder email on the day of the event, including instructions on how to tune in.