We’ve had enough! Join us in telling the NSA to STOP WATCHING US!

Since whistleblower Edward Snowden exposed the NSA for it’s creepy and unconstitutional Internet and telephone spying programs, the ACLU has taken a stand against mass surveillance!

Claiming authority under the Patriot Act, the U.S government has allowed the NSA to secretly track everyone’s personal communications. Now, we are demanding that Congress put an end to it. 

Here’s are two ways YOU can get involved: 

 1. Attend Lobby Day & the Rally Against Mass Surveillance  

Take a stand and tell NSA: Stop Watching Us! Join thousands of activists from across the political spectrum in Washington, D.C.

WHEN: Lobby day: Friday, October 25, 2013; Lobby trainings in the morning, followed by appointments as scheduled; Rally: Saturday, October 26 from 12 pm – 3 pm

WHERE: For the rally, gather at Columbus Circle in front of Union Station, then march to the Capitol Reflecting Pool

TIME: Lobby day: appointments as scheduled; Rally: 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. 

RSVP for lobby day and the rally!

2. Sign our petition!

The ACLU has filed a lawsuit charging that the NSA spying program violates Americans' constitutional rights of free speech, association, and privacy.

We don’t know how many other telecommunications companies have been given similar spying orders by the government, but what we do know is that YOU can help to stop it!

Let your voice be heard and put an end to these programs.