Eunice Hyon Min Rho, Advocacy and Policy Counsel, works with ACLU’s state-based affiliates across the country on legislation and advocacy relating to voter suppression, election reform, and religious freedom. Previously, she was with the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, where she organized voter protection campaigns and litigated consumer frauds cases. She has worked as an assistant to the General Counsel of The Legal Aid Society in New York City and also as an associate at the law firm of White & Case. She graduated from Columbia University and the University of Michigan Law School.
Apr 14, 2017
The NCAA Still Has a Chance to Do the Right Thing and Stand Up for Trans Rights
Apr 7, 2017
After the Fake Repeal of HB2, We Seek Transparency in North Carolina
Mar 3, 2017
State Bills Would Give Adoption Agencies the Right to Discriminate Against LGBT Adoptive Parents. Kids Will Suffer.
Jan 25, 2016
Indiana Lawmakers Are Trying to Slip One Past Us ... AGAIN!
Oct 9, 2015
The Fight Ahead: What’s Next in Attempts to Discriminate Against LGBT People in the Name of Religion?
Jun 4, 2015
Texas Says 'No Thanks' to LGBT Discrimination
Nov 5, 2014
Voters Tell Politicians, "Just Let Us Vote"
Nov 15, 2013
JAMMED! Voter Suppression Hits Pawnee, Indiana?
Oct 1, 2013
Why Today is a Big Day for Voting Rights
Sep 9, 2013
History Repeats Itself: Why Is South Dakota Denying American Indians an Equal Opportunity to Vote?