May 10, 2024
ACLU Statement on UN Special Rapporteur Visit on US Implementation of Right to Education
WASHINGTON – UN Special Rapporteur Farida Shaheed today concluded her 10-day visit to the U.S. to assess education rights issues like academic freedoms, safety in schools, and cl...
Issue Areas: Human Rights
May 10, 2024
Mistreatment of Pregnant People in CBP Custody Prompts Renewed Calls for Change
Nearly 900 Organizations, Individuals Signed On to “Mother’s Day Card” Petition
Issue Areas: Immigrants' Rights
May 09, 2024
Ohio Abortion Providers File New Challenges to Unconstitutional Medication Abortion Restrictions
CINCINNATI — Late Thursday, the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Ohio, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the law firm WilmerHale, and Fanon Rucker of the Cochr...
Issue Areas: Reproductive Freedom
May 09, 2024
Civil Rights Groups File Lawsuit to Block Iowa’s Unconstitutional SF 2340
DES MOINES, Iowa — Civil rights groups filed a federal lawsuit today to block SF 2340, one of the worst, most far-reaching immigration laws ever passed in the state of Iowa. This...
Issue Areas: Immigrants' Rights
May 08, 2024
Fourth Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Gay Teacher from North Carolina Catholic School
RICHMOND – The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a discrimination claim brought by a teacher at a North Carolina Catholic school who was fired shortly after announcing...
May 06, 2024
Court Allows Alabama Abortion Support Lawsuit to Move Forward
Attempt by Alabama Attorney General Marshall to dismiss the case was rejected by a federal court
Issue Areas: Reproductive Freedom
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