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Contact:           Sandra Hernandez at 213.977.5247shernandez@aclusocal.org

                           Tony Marcano at 213.977.5242tmarcano@aclusocal.org

ACLU SoCal to Honor Attorneys and Advocates of Civil Liberties at 22nd Annual Luncheon

LOS ANGELES–The ACLU of Southern California (ACLU SoCal) will hold its 22nd Annual Luncheon to celebrate dedicated attorneys and other individuals who have fought for civil liberties and social justice during the last year.

What:             The ACLU of Southern California’s 22nd Annual Luncheon

When:             Friday, June 10 at 11:15 AM

Where:           The L.A. Hotel

333 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071

Who:               Honorees

  •          Kenya Barris, creator and executive producer of the critically acclaimed Television show “black-ish.” The series will be      receiving an award recognizing social responsibility in the media.
  •          Brian Knappenberger, award-winning documentary filmmaker, will receive the Social Justice in the Media Award.

Attendees 

  •          Anthony Anderson, star and executive producer of “black-ish,” will also be in attendance, along with many other cast members

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