For more than a decade, Alliance for Justice has released films on the first Monday of October – the opening day of the Supreme Court session – to focus attention on the importance of the federal judiciary in the lives of every American. This year, we are excited to announce an expansion of this project. AFJ has partnered with FireDogLake, a tremendously popular and informative progressive blog, to provide exclusive content and information regarding the judiciary and our First Monday Films Project. The first Monday of every month, AFJ will unveil short films, web chats and other resources on Firedoglake.com.
Today (January 14) at 11 a.m., Nan Aron, president and founder of Alliance for Justice, will kick off this exciting partnership by participating in a live online chat with readers of FireDogLake. This discussion will focus on what inspired the creation of our most popular films, including Quiet Revolution and Supreme Injustices, as well as the expansion of AFJ's First Monday Films Project. Nan will also field questions regarding the current state of our justice system, highlighting both the rightward shift of the federal courts and the prospects of the Mukasey Justice Department.
We encourage all of our members and supporters to log onto FireDogLake and take part in today's chat. We would love to hear from you! To participate, just go to www.firedoglake.com and create a free user profile.
For more on Alliance for Justice and our partnership with FireDogLake, visit us online at www.afj.org.
We'll see you online!