Sandhya Bathija joined the ACLU communications department in September 2011 and serves the Washington Legislative Office. Previously, she worked in the communications department of Americans United for Separation of Church and State and as a reporter for The National Law Journal. She also practiced law for a small civil rights firm in Detroit, Michigan. She holds a law degree from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and is proud alum of Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
May 10, 2012
Voter Suppression Laws: Will We Let Them Impact the 2012 Election?
Apr 18, 2012
ACLU Lens: ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero, ACLU Clients Urge Congress to End Racial Profiling
Apr 12, 2012
ACLU Lens: Laura W. Murphy Speaks Out As a Mother on the Impact of Trayvon Martin's Death
Apr 3, 2012
The Administration Must Act: Immigrants in Detention Deserve Equal Protection from Sexual Abuse
Mar 6, 2012
ACLU Lens: New York Times Highlights Data Showing Harsh Discipline for Minority Students and Students with Disabilities
Feb 3, 2012
Threat to Current Sentencing Law Looms: Are We Headed Back to Mandatory Guidelines?
Jan 23, 2012
Poll and Post Agree: Criminal Disfranchisement Laws Are Unjust
Dec 19, 2011
ACLU Lens: A Fight Far From Over: Julian Bond Stands Up Against the Latest Attacks on Voting Rights
Dec 14, 2011
One Too Many: New York Times Highlights American Citizens Detained Under S-Comm
Nov 21, 2011
Help From Washington: Members of Congress See Firsthand the Damage of Alabama’s H.B. 56 And Speak Out