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ACLU Seeks Nationwide Indigenous Justice Project Manager
June 10, 2024 | Erin Stewart

The ACLU of Washington (ACLU-WA) advances liberty and justice in the courts, in the legislatures, in the streets, and at the ballot box. Our work is rooted in belief in a future where everyone in Washington, particularly those who have been historically and systematically denied full enjoyment of their promised civil rights and liberties, are finally free to do so without barriers. Defending and advancing these fundamental rights and core values relies on the contributions of exceptional staff.

We are pleased to invite applications for a term limited Indigenous Justice (IJ) Project Manager Fellow to help lead efforts to promote Indigenous Justice work across nationwide ACLU state affiliates and national ACLU programs and departments. The IJ Project Manager works with the ACLU’s Indigenous Justice Working Group (IJWG), its steering committee (IJSC), and the Indigenous Justice Action Committee (IJAC) to build capacity of staff across the ACLU to effectively and respectfully engage in Indigenous Justice work. The position will provide project management support to ensure that the IJWG, IJSC, and IJAC stay on track to accomplish priorities, maintain awareness of and facilitate effective communication about IJ work across the ACLU, and help build bridges between ACLU staff members working on Indigenous Justice issues. In addition to nationwide responsibilities, the IJ Project Manager will work with staff in the ACLU of Washington to develop relationships with Indigenous leaders in Washington and beyond and identify opportunities to advance local Indigenous Justice work. Approximately 75% of the work with be focused on national work, and 25% of the work on the Washington affiliate.

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