Civil Liberties and Protest in the Trump Era

with Rev. Nathan Woodliff-Stanley 
Executive Director of ACLU of Colorado

at Augustana Lutheran Church
5000 E Alameda at Fairfax
Please use Fairfax Street entrance

Learn about the national and statewide work of the ACLU in the current political climate, including challenging issues of free speech and rights of protest.

Executive Director of the ACLU of Colorado since October, 2012, Nathan Woodliff-Stanley is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister who served for eight years in social justice ministry at Jefferson Unitarian Church in Golden, CO. Before moving to Colorado in 2002, Nathan served for 10 years as the founding Executive Director of the Mississippi Center for Nonprofits in Jackson, MS, a statewide association providing management support for charitable organizations. He has served on more than a dozen nonprofit boards over the past thirty-five years, including nine years as a Board member of The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado and Chair of its Public Policy Commission. Originally from Iowa, Nathan earned a BA from Swarthmore College and Master’s degrees from Yale Divinity School and the Yale School of Management.