May 02, 2024
ACLU Condemns House Passage of Dangerous Bill That Would Chill Free Speech
This Bill Would Falsely Equate Criticism of Israel with Antisemitic Discrimination
May 01, 2024
Case Heads to Supreme Court After Divided Three-Judge Panel Overturns Louisiana Congressional Map with Two Majority-Black Districts
SHREVEPORT, La. – A group of Black voters and civic organizations filed a notice of appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court after a divided panel of three federal court judges overturne...
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Court case: Callais v. Landry
Apr 30, 2024
New Report Finds Harassment & Mistreatment Fuels Mistrust Among LGBTQ People Towards Police
NEW YORK – Widespread mistreatment and harassment by law enforcement continues to sow doubt and mistrust of police among LGBTQ+ people, according to a new analysis, despite LGBTQ...
Apr 29, 2024
ACLU Applauds EEOC Guidance on Workplace Harassment
WASHINGTON — Today, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced the release of its final guidance on harassment in the workplace, providing much-needed clar...
Issue Areas: Women's Rights
Apr 26, 2024
ACLU Urges College and University Leaders to Protect Free Speech and Academic Freedom
NEW YORK — In response to the anti-war protests happening at colleges across the country, and the disturbing arrests that have followed, the American Civil Liberties Union sent a...
Apr 25, 2024
ACLU Commends the FCC’s Restoration of Net Neutrality Regulations
WASHINGTON — The American Civil Liberties Union commends the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) vote today to restore vital net neutrality regulations by reclassifying b...
Issue Areas: Free Speech
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