Here’s how and when students’ rights are protected on campus.
Free speech is one of the hallmarks of a functioning democracy and one of our fundamental constitutional rights. At the ACLU, we know that it's precisely in times of crisis and fear when free...
Since the start of COVID-19, we’ve filed more than 100 legal actions. Visit our tracker to learn more.
Digital attacks are on the rise — but you can help defend your community.
By Jay Stanley, Daniel Kahn Gillmor
We asked ACLU attorneys about some of the most important moments, terms, and laws pertaining to voting rights. Watch their rapid-fire answers and test your own knowledge.
Though the road is long, Famalao'an Rights continue to make gains in their movement for abortion access.
By Ha’åni Lucia Falo San Nicolas, Kiana Joy Yabut
ACLU Wins: 8 Victories We Celebrated in 2023
The ACLU spent another year fighting tirelessly for your civil liberties — and saw reasons to celebrate along the way.
By Johanna Silver
We’re Making Sure People in Immigration Detention Know Their Rights
The ACLU of Louisiana has made regular visits to detention centers for the past two years. Here’s what we’re learning.
By Andrew Perry, Nora Ahmed
The Unconstitutional Silencing of Pro-Palestinian Student Groups
Free speech is one of the hallmarks of a functioning democracy and one of our fundamental constitutional rights. At the ACLU, we know that it's...
New Point-and-Shoot Chemical Detectors Raise Privacy and Constitutional Issues
Is that ibuprofen in your bag, or something else? That’s nobody’s business but your own.
By Jay Stanley
Preserving the History of Civil Rights in New Orleans
Leona Tate shares how she makes change in her community through education, dialogue, and working with the ACLU of Louisiana.
How Activist Raquel Willis Found Her Voice and Power
On January 21, 2017, a day after the inauguration of former President Donald Trump, activist and journalist Raquel Willis approached the podium at...
Three Redistricting Cases to Watch
Manipulating district maps undermines our democracy. Here’s how we’re challenging unfair maps in three states.
Lifting the Veil on the Design of Predictive Tools in the Criminal Legal System
The voices of impacted communities must be integrated into the design process of predictive tools used in the criminal legal system.
By Tobi Jegede, Marissa Gerchick, Amreeta Mathai, Aaron Horowitz
2023 at the ACLU: Our Year in Stories
This year saw more battles, advocacy, and victories than ever before — look back on them through some of our biggest blogs.
Glennon Doyle On Leading Loved Ones In The Fight For Justice
The holiday season is upon us. This week, we are revisiting our conversation with author and activist Glennon Doyle. In this conversation, Doyle...