The Pinellas County Chapter of the ACLU is the second oldest local chapter in the state of Florida. Our chapter serves as a local champion of civil liberties and as a defender of the freedoms embedded in the Bill of Rights through education, outreach and advocacy. We attend and put on events in the community to raise awareness of, and advocate for civil liberties. We also have a legal panel that works actively to ensure that the civil liberties of the members of our community are protected.
The Pinellas County ACLU meets at 7:15 on the third Thursday of each month (except July). ACLU members and the general public are invited to attend. The meetings are held at: Unitarian Universalist United Fellowship, 5721 Central Ave St Petersburg, FL 33710