The ACLU of Georgia Executive Director Andrea Young Publishes Open Letter to Educators and Students

Provides Historical Context for Student Protests and Details Three Constitutional Rights Every Student Possesses

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February 28, 2018 10:15 am

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ATLANTA – The ACLU of Georgia is releasing an Open Letter to Educators and Students from Andrea Young, Executive Director, that provides an historical context for the critical importance students – including high school students – have played in pushing our nation to create a more perfect union. In her open letter to educators and students, Ms. Young includes a handout of three constitutional rights every student possesses.

The ACLU of Georgia Open Letter to Educators and Students is available at and the handout is available at

​Click here for a single document of both the Open Letter and the Students Constitutional Rights.

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