Larry Hildes: The struggle for Public Privacy: Freedom of Association and the Right to Assemble in the age of Pervasive Surveillance

several still from surveillance cameras put together in a rectangle

Date and Time

Thu Jan 26, 2017

Part of the Exhibition

Larry Hildes is a Bellingham based civil rights attorney specializing in representing demonstrators in both criminal and civil cases; the rights of journalists; domestic spying and police misconduct; and race, gender, and sexual orientation discrimination. In 2013, Larry won the Harriet McBride Johnson Award by the National Lawyers’ Guild’s Disability Rights task force for successfully representing disabled clients against the police.


Part of the simultaneous exhibitions of In the Open and Arne Svenson's The Neighbors at the Western Gallery.


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