The First Amendment provides no license to conspire to overturn an election.
By David Cole, Ben Wizner
On January 21, 2017, a day after the inauguration of former President Donald Trump, activist and journalist Raquel Willis approached the podium at the inaugural Women’s March in Washington, D.C....
Since the start of COVID-19, we’ve filed more than 100 legal actions. Visit our tracker to learn more.
The Labor-HHS Appropriations Bill is full of anti-LGBTQ riders that will cause extensive harm if passed.
By Rio Matsumoto
Reducing the racial wealth gap requires lawmakers to enact proactive strategies.
By Abrigale Johnson
We’re determined to pursue every path available toward a brighter future for trans people and our families.
By Chase Strangio
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.
Indigenous and Filipino Women are Leading the Fight for Reproductive Justice in Guam
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
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.
By Johanna Silver
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...
Why Meaningful Algorithm Auditing is Key to Protecting Civil Rights in the Digital Age
Algorithm audits must be holistic, ongoing, and reflective of the ways automated systems are used in practice.
By Marissa Gerchick, Olga Akselrod
The Resurgence of Labor Strikes and Union Power
If you’re staying up to date with the news, you may have noticed that unions are having a moment. This summer alone, strikes by members of the...
The U.S. Touts Itself as a Global Leader in Human Rights. A New U.N. Report Says Otherwise.
The report illustrates the immense gap between U.S. laws and policies and international human rights norms.
By Jamil Dakwar, Marwa Elessawy
We Quizzed ACLU Experts on Voting Rights. Can You Beat Them?
We asked ACLU attorneys about some of the most important moments, terms, and laws pertaining to voting rights. Watch their rapid-fire answers and...