Have you ever been a victim of racial, ethnic, or religious profiling?
Do you want to hear about what others have faced because of their background?
Interested in learning what your rights are when encountering law enforcement?
If so, join us for:
Town Hall Meeting:
Know Your Rights/Tell Your Story
A Stop on the North Carolina Racial Profiling Tour
July 14th, 2-4 p.m.
Muslim American Society Community Center
4301 Shamrock Dr., Charlotte, NC
Cynthia Aziz, N.C. Board Certified Immigration Law Specialist, C.A. Aziz, P.A.
James Gronquist, Nixon Park Gronquist & Foster, PLLC
Jibril Hough, Spokesperson, Islamic Center of Charlotte
Kenneth White, President, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Branch of the NAACP
Free and open to the public
If you have an account to share, but would prefer not to recount it yourself, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org, (919) 834-3466.
Co-sponsored by: ACLU of North Carolina Legal Foundation, American Friends Service Committee Project Voice Southeast, Black Womens' Caucus of Charlotte-Mecklenburg, Charlotte Chapter of Amnesty International, Islamic Party of America, The Latin American Coalition, Muslim American Society-Charlotte, Neighborhood Good Samaritan Center, NC NAACP, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Branch of the NAACP, The North Carolina Justice Center.
Azadeh N. Shahshahani
Muslim/Middle Eastern Community Outreach Coordinator
ACLU of North Carolina Legal Foundation
P.O. Box 28004
Raleigh, NC 27611