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Wednesday, 15 December 2021
Group 3: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arizona

Phoenix, Arizona | Organized by Global Ties Arizona

  1. Ahmed NUR | Australia 

  2. Lisiane LEMOS | Brazil 

  3. Ximena NOWODWORSKY | Chile 

  4. Atiyo Buh Awke MUSE | Denmark 

  5. Yasmin NASRUDIN | Germany 

  6. Victor ASTURIAS | Guatemala 

  7. Mate SZABO | Hungary 

  8. Ariana QOSAJ MUSTAFA | Kosovo 

  9. Arber SELMANI | Kosovo 

  10. Lemrabett ELEYATT | Mauritania 

  11. Elias MARTINEZ CRISTALDO | Paraguay 

  12. Ana Paula MENDOZA RAZURI | Peru 

  13. Michaela JANKOVICOVA | Slovakia 

  14. Mohamed "Moha" GEREHOU | Spain 

  15. Rayneesh HARIBHAJAN | Suriname

  16. Alma WIECKEN | Switzerland 

Meeting Resources

Wrongful Convictions - Equal Justice Initiative:


National Institute of​​ Justice:

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Meeting Details

Please join 10 minutes early

Login: 13:50 Eastern U.S. Time

Meeting: 14:00–15:30 Eastern U.S. Time

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Meeting ID: 844 6725 8008 

Passcode: IVLP 

Meeting organized by: Global Ties Arizona in collaboration with Meridian International Center

Meeting Topic: Khalil Rushdan will discuss how the ACLU of Arizona advocates for civil rights and racial, economic, gender, and social equity through an anti-racist, intersectional lens.

Meet Your Speaker

Khalil Rushdan 


Organizing Director  

ACLU Arizona  

Khalil Rushdan is Organizing Director for the ACLU of Arizona. Khalil works on strategic priority issues of criminal legal reform, education equity, LGBTQ equality and immigration. Khalil is an on the ground mentor and resource for thousands of formerly incarcerated individuals reintegrating back into society. Members of both the Legal Community and the private sector look to Rushdan as a leader who brings “real-time” solutions to the community that helps empower individuals by rebuilding their lives upon release from incarceration. 

About the Organization
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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arizona (Phoenix, Arizona) is the state’s premier guardian of liberty, working daily in the courts, Arizona Legislature, and communities statewide to defend and preserve individual rights and freedoms guaranteed to all by the Constitution and the laws of the United States and Arizona. A discussion with staff will highlight how they advocate for civil rights and racial, economic, gender, and social equity through an anti-racist, intersectional lens. 

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