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The Government Is Detaining and Interrogating Journalists and Advocates at the US-Mexico Border

In what looks like a coordinated attack on constitutional rights, the U.S. government has reportedly been targeting journalists, activists, and lawyers working to raise awareness of issues facing migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Musicians! Time to get political. We're calling on you.
129 Members Of US Congress Renew Assault On Musicians With The 'Local Radio Freedom Act'

Musicians! Time to get political. We're calling on you.

Broadcast radio lobbyists and a bipartisan coalition of 124 members House members and 5 senators are backing the latest edition of the Local Radio Freedom Act, which would continue to limit the royalties that radio stations pay on recordings. To put this in context, the United States is one of...


PLEASE VOTE NYC TODAY. If you live in New York City, today is the day to exercise your right to vote for Public Advocate. PA replaces the New York Mayor in the event they are unable or unwilling to serve.

Here comes Pat! #Kansascitycheifs 1pm EST

Here comes Pat! #Kansascitycheifs 1pm EST

15 Years Anniversary of Noble Media and Daniel Newman

15 Years Anniversary of Noble Media and Daniel Newman

Childrens Rights Awards

Full Video Ambassador and activist #Padmalakshmi presents the #childrensrights award to "civil rights superstar" #leegelernt

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Sixto Cancel was in foster care since the age of nine. He is now the CEO of 'Think Of Us," leveraging technology to improve the outcomes of youth aging out of the foster care system. is a technology platform building capacity of social impact organizations that foster children's wellbeing. Lee Gelernt is the deputy director of immigration rights for the Aclu and the director of the programs entrance into the court system. Lee is the 2018 honoree exhibiting outstanding leadership in protecting migrating children separated from their families, presented by Padma Lakshmi and "Think of us," "THROUGH RELENTLESS STRATEGIC ADVOCACY AND LEGAL ACTION, WE HOLD GOVERNMENTS ACCO...

Westchester Center for Jazz & Contemporary Music
Westchester Center for Jazz & Contemporary Music

Westchester Center for Jazz & Contemporary Music

Ok, this is a very special treat. Please share with friends and family. Porter Carroll Jr is an incredible vocal talent, joined by the Joey Berkley band with Gary Deinstadt, Andy Abel, Ray Marchica and Nori Naraoka - a great way to kick off our Fall Season.
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If you buy on-line before Friday use discount code LIVEJAZZ to get $10 dollars off the regular $25 ticket price.
Tickets also available at door.

Elizabeth Kinney Sander

As the outrage continues over President Donald Trump‘s previous policy of separating immigrant children from their paren...
Ryan Reynolds and More A-Listers Read an Immigrant Mom's Story About Separation from Young Son

As the outrage continues over President Donald Trump‘s previous policy of separating immigrant children from their parents at the border, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal created a moving video portraying one immigrant’s anguish. Gyllenhaal worked with Lee Gelernt, deputy director of the American Civil Liberties Union Immigrants’ Rights Project and the attorney who argued the family separation class-action lawsuit. Mirian is part of the ACLU’s lawsuit. Ryan Reynolds, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chadwick Boseman, Glenn Close, Amy Schumer and others, participated for the video, all reading an affidavit from a woman named Mirian, a Honduran asylum seeker who was separated from her 18-month-old son. Mirian’s son turned two years old on July 4.

The video created by Maggie Gyllenhaal features 37 celebs reading an affidavit from a Honduran mom separated from her 18-month-old son

This is a free event.City College 5PMThe Great Hall, 2nd Floor of Shepard Hall 160 Convent Avenue,Lee Gelernt is a lawye...
Defending Immigrant Families with Lee Gelernt, Lead ACLU Attorney

This is a free event.
City College 5PM

The Great Hall, 2nd Floor of Shepard Hall 160 Convent Avenue,

Lee Gelernt is a lawyer at the national office of the ACLU in New York, and currently holds the positions of deputy director of the ACLU’s national Immigrants’ Rights Project and director of the project’s Access to the Court’s Program.

During the past 18 months, he has argued several groundbreaking challenges to Trump administration policies, and successfully argued the first case challenging the president’s travel ban on individuals from certain Muslim-majority nations, which resulted in a federal court in Brooklyn issuing a nationwide Saturday night injunction against the ban one day after the president enacted it and eight days after his inauguration. He is currently litigating a national class action involving the Trump administration’s unprecedented practice of separating immigrant families at the border. On June 26, 2018, a federal court in San Diego issued an injunction holding the practice unconstitutional and requiring the administration to reunite the approximately 2,600 separated families.

Mr. Gelernt is also currently litigating a number of other nationally significant civil rights cases, including Rodriguez v. Swartz, which he argued in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The case involves the fatal cross-border shooting of a Mexican teenager in Mexico by a U.S. border patrol officer firing from U.S. soil through the border fence in Nogales, Arizona. The appeals court ruling in August 2018 in favor of the boy’s family was the first-ever federal court decision to hold that the Fourth Amendment applies extraterritorially. The case has received widespread attention and was the subject of a 2016 cover story in the New York Times Magazine.

Mr. Gelernt also recently argued a major case in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of cities and counties challenging Texas’s anti-sanctuary SB4 immigration law. In that case, Texas and the Trump administration have argued that the State has the right to compel cities and localities to assist the Trump administration in enforcing federal immigration law. Although the Fifth Circuit declined to facially invalidate most of the law, the ACLU’s challenge remains ongoing in federal district court in San Antonio.

In addition, over the past 18 months Mr. Gelernt, has argued cases in Detroit, Boston, Miami and Los Angeles and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals concerning habeas corpus and the authority of the federal courts to block the Trump administration’s attempt to remove large classes of long-term residents to Iraq, Indonesia, Somalia and Cambodia, most of whom will face persecution and torture on account of their religion if they are deported.

Over his career, Mr. Gelernt has argued dozens of other notable civil rights cases at all levels of the federal court system, including in the U.S. Supreme Court and the Courts of Appeals for the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, Ninth, and Eleventh Circuits. He has also testified as an expert before the U.S. Senate. Mr. Gelernt has received numerous honors for his work over the years, and in 2017 was recognized by Lawdragon as one of the 500 leading lawyers in the country in any field. In addition to his work at the ACLU, Mr. Gelernt is an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School, and for many years taught at Yale Law School as an adjunct.

In addition to his immigration-related work, Mr. Gelernt has litigated several far-reaching national security cases arising out of the events of September 11 and served as one of only a few human rights observers at Guantanamo Bay for the first military trial conducted by the United States since World II. In March 2011, Mr. Gelernt argued the case of Ashcroft v. al-Kidd in the U.S. Supreme Court, which challenged the constitutionality of the government’s post-9-11 policy of using the federal material witness statute to investigate and preventively detain terrorism suspects in cases where was no probable cause to justify a criminal arrest. Mr. Gelernt also successfully argued one the very first major September 11 case to reach the federal courts of appeals, Detroit Free Press v. Ashcroft, where he represented the media in their lawsuit seeking to prevent the government from holding secret deportation hearings after September 11. In its decision invalidating the government’s secret hearing policy, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals stated that “democracies die behind closed doors” – a phrase that became one of the most cited and well-known admonitions issued by the judiciary in the aftermath of September 11.

He is a frequent guest speaker around the country and regularly appears in the national and international media, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, NPR, CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, among many others. In July 2018, Mr. Gelernt’s work was featured prominently in a New York Times Magazine cover story about the ACLU.

Mr. Gelernt is a 1988 graduate of Columbia Law School, where he was a notes and comments editor of the Law Review. After graduation, Mr. Gelernt served as a law clerk to the late-Judge Frank M. Coffin of the First Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.

On the Frontlines Defending Immigrant Families: A Conversation with Lee Gelernt, Lead ACLU Attorney Challenging Trump's Family Separation Policy Join us for a conversation about continuing efforts to reunite children with their families after having been separated at the border. Looking forward to s...

Columbia Law School

Columbia Law School

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’59 returns to Columbia Law School to discuss strategic litigation as an approach to policy change with Dean Gillian Lester; Professors Olatunde Johnson and Gillian Metzger ’95; Lee Gelernt ’88, ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project deputy director; and Nancy Northup ’88, president & CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights.

This event, co-hosted by the Center for Constitutional Governance, the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law, and Social Justice Initiatives Columbia Law School, honors the 25th anniversary of Justice Ginsburg's investiture as an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. #RBG25

Waiting on #Mahomes

Waiting on #Mahomes


11:40am #Amjoy #MSNBC protect migrant children? #Leegelernt

Another Noble Media intern we're proud to shout out. Congrats to "Fink" on his new book. We appreciate the kind words ab...

Another Noble Media intern we're proud to shout out. Congrats to "Fink" on his new book. We appreciate the kind words about us he included in his first work. We couldn't have accomplished many of the things we did without Jonathan Fink. He will always be Noble family.

Our own Melanie Erlich started as an intern  8 years ago. She worked her butt off tirelessly for other clients and never...
The Miseducation of Cameron Post | FilmRise

Our own Melanie Erlich started as an intern 8 years ago. She worked her butt off tirelessly for other clients and never brought up her own talent or passions. It took us a few months to figure them out for ourselves. Please support her. She had a guest-starring role on The OA among other notable work. We rarely post asking people to see films. I believe this one is worth it. So is Mel. Thanks for reading!

Search for screenings / showtimes and book tickets for The Miseducation of Cameron Post. See the release date and trailer. The Official Showtimes Destination brought to you by FilmRise


#Frontline on #PBS -Status on Separated families. 10PM eastern daylight.

Earth, Wind & Fire

We can't start are day without a lil EW&F and KITG

NY & NJ, get ready to groove out with us at NJPAC in downtown Newark on June 4-5. Hope to see you there. Tickets are on sale now!

ProCreative LLC

ProCreative LLC

Check out the Anthony Krizan Band w/ John Ginty * Mar 23 * Stone Pony The Stone Pony with Special Guests MAD KINGS


The ACLU is working to reunite an asylum seeker with her seven-year-old child, who was separated from her by immigration...
ACLU: Immigration officials split asylum seeker and child

The ACLU is working to reunite an asylum seeker with her seven-year-old child, who was separated from her by immigration officials. Joy Reid is joined by Lee Gelernt, the ACLU Deputy Director, attorney on the case.

ACLU: Immigration officials split asylum seeker and child

The ACLU is working to reunite an asylum seeker with her seven-year-old child, who was separated from her by immigration officials. Joy Reid is joined by the ACLU attorney on the case.




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....The more lifeless, regimented, and monumental reality appears to be, the more secure men feel. The danger is being alive itself. ---Klaus Theweleit The Purpose of Life …is Life Robert Magill Note ( I used logical simplicity Einstein but could not include freedom.) The sole purpose of life, and therefore our only human purpose may simply be, life itself. That, upon reflection, would appear to be almost enough. The life force does have its urges though, lots of them, it would appear. After countless eons of self-replication along came sexual reproduction, life had apparently gotten to be in somewhat more of a hurry. Life then pursued bigger and better forms of itself as mobility, size, vision etc. ensued over time. Vision was unique and a promising end in itself, but life appeared to desire a different platform with which to fully employ this new sense. Many prototypes came and went, and eventually on the scene appeared humankind complete with a newly acquired awareness. Whence came then, this thing, this awareness, this brightness in the void, so cherished by life our very species could be made forfeit to preserve it? Perhaps it was the animal curiosity of some lumbering hominid possessed of sufficient cranial matter that chanced upon a source. The menu of vegetable suspects is quite large. The plants, cacti, mushrooms and vines that possess the chemical soups that have the ability, and perhaps desire to exert themselves aggressively when combined with suitable host brain, is legion. We currently regard these substances as “mind altering” but could they perhaps have been “mind creating” at some remote point in time? Students of psychedelic phenomenon have reported a tendency among this family of substances to exhibit a strong urge to promote its own agenda over the host consciousness at times. Life, in this way, may have introduced the initial spark of awareness in receptive hominid brains with suitable vegetable matter containing psychedelic chemical ingredients. Imagine the wonder this revelation surely produced in a previously unconscious world. The binges and quest for more light shows that followed in the still only partially illuminated minds of these creatures must have been incredible. Perhaps this initial visitation of consciousness onto a receptive human brain and the incredible awakening produced therein is responsible for the ongoing human quest for enlightenment. Our species has demonstrated a universal affinity for various visions, ecstasies and raptures and they have been zealously sought for millennia. Perhaps then, a racial memory of, and longing for a return to that original staggering event gives impetus to the universal spiritual quests we humans faithfully follow to this day Eventually something went wrong between human beings and the life force. Life lives on by consuming itself but the feasting is benign. Humans often miss the subtlety.We know large portions of the recent history of our species and it's not very good. Considering our known history, can we begin to significantly amend our ways if life demands a timely accounting? So if and when life decides we have exhausted all possibility of further usefulness, and our excesses overwhelm life's other vital interests, do we then risk severance of the thread with life? Should we begin to tug ever more gently at this tether to lessen our risk? Does life even care about the fate of us, its creature? Probably not, countless other species have traveled along on life's quest, prospered to a degree and vanished. Will we join them? Of course it is possible life may now be providing itself with a non-life fallback to the dilemma posed by our misuse of awareness and consciousness. If humankind becomes suspect of probable catastrophic losses to many of its other progeny, life then may seek to substitute Artificial Intelligence for flawed human intelligence. We, ourselves, may rapidly be creating the instruments for our future replacement with life's resigned encouragement. Life may value this tediously acquired awareness beyond all measure. More the pity for humankind. These phenomena are unique on the planet; life, the life force and the awareness/consciousness of one primate species. What we regard as ultimate reality is simply the stories we tell ourselves and others combined with whatever actions humans are capable of accomplishing. Humanity must now learn to live with 5 Gigabit technology becoming a reality and should perhaps begin to wonder which future Gigabit number will be the one to provide the artificial intelligence and awareness deemed sufficient by the life force to render human beings redundant if it chooses to do so? Could we, perhaps, change our behavior? [email protected]
Can't stay in our seats! Come on down PH! #KCC