You can multiply your impact this election season by engaging your friends and family in a simple conversation about voting.
By Toni Webb
On October 4th, the Supreme Court is set to hear Milligan v. Merrill, a case that would undermine Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act. At question is Alabama’s new congressional map, a map that...
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We’re suing to defend our First Amendment right to record police and hold law enforcement accountable.
By Shreya Tewari
As federal courts grow more hostile to civil rights and civil liberties, the ACLU turns to state courts — building on a century of experience.
By Jennesa Calvo-Friedman, Lily Slater
These advocates are doing everything they can to make sure everyone can get the care they need.
Five Things to Know About the Right to Seek Asylum
Confusion and misinformation about the right to asylum in the U.S. abound. Here, we set the record straight.
By Jonathan Blazer, Katie Hoeppner
For Defense Attorneys: Tips for Effectively Challenging Pretrial Electronic Monitoring
ACLU created a list of tips and resources to help challenge the imposition of electronic monitoring.
By Yazmine Nichols
Three People Share How Ankle Monitoring Devices Fail, Harm, and Stigmatize
The authors of the ACLU’s new report interviewed three different people about their experiences on ankle monitors. Here’s what they shared.
By Ayomikun Idowu, Allison Frankel, Yazmine Nichols
How the Supreme Court Could Silence Black Voters
On October 4th, the Supreme Court is set to hear Milligan v. Merrill, a case that would undermine Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act. At question...
How to Navigate Mental Health Apps That May Share Your Data
As period-tracking apps draw scrutiny, we should also consider how a broader array of health apps may intrude on our privacy.
By Shreya Tewari
50 Years of Fighting for the Rights of Incarcerated People
The ACLU’s National Prison Project continues to ensure the Constitution’s protections reach every incarcerated person.
By David Fathi
Learn About Where Secretary of State Candidates Land on Voting Issues
See where local candidates land on civil liberties and civil rights.
A Tale of Two Victories: Abortion in Kansas and Michigan
On August 2nd, voters in Kansas came out in droves to protect abortion access in the state through a ballot measure. It was the first opportunity...
4 Things Public Schools Can and Can’t Do When It Comes to Dress Codes
As back to school season arrives, here's what to know about how far schools can and can't go when enforcing dress codes on students
By Galen Sherwin, Linda Morris, Eleanor Wachtel
National Voter Registration Day is Today: Here’s What You Need to Know
When every eligible person can register and vote, the promise of democracy becomes more real for all of us.
By Sarah Brannon