ACLU Interviews

Neier, Aryeh

Aryeh Neier

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Oral History Session #1
Date:
September 4, 2014
Place:
New York, New York
Interviewers:
Shaun Illingworth
Transcript Production Team:
Meghan Valdes
Molly Graham
Recommended Citation:
 
Neier, Aryeh. Oral History Interview, September 4, 2014, by Shaun Illingworth, Page #, Rutgers Oral History Archives. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).
 
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Oral History Session #2
Date:
March 2, 2015
Place:
New York, New York
Interviewers:
Shaun Illingworth
Transcript Production Team:
Meghan Valdes
Molly Graham
Recommended Citation:
 
Neier, Aryeh. Oral History Interview, March 2, 2015, by Shaun Illingworth, Page #, Rutgers Oral History Archives. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).
 
Permission to quote from this transcript must be obtained from the Rutgers Oral History Archives. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Oral History Session #3
Date:
July 10, 2015
Place:
New York, New York
Interviewers:
Shaun Illingworth
Transcript Production Team:
Jesse Braddell
Molly Graham
Recommended Citation:
 
Neier, Aryeh. Oral History Interview,July 10, 2015, by Shaun Illingworth, Page #, Rutgers Oral History Archives. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).
 
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Description:
Aryeh Neier was born on April 22, 1937, in Berlin, Germany. Neier worked for the American Civil Liberties Unionfor fifteen years and served as the executive director of the ACLU from 1970 to 1978.  Neier later taught law at New York University, Georgetown University Law School and the University of Siena.  He served as the executive director of Human Rights Watch for twelve years and as president of the Open Society Foundations for almost a decade.