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ACLU
The ACLU is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, legal and advocacy 501(c)(4) organization. Visit our site for more about us and our affiliated org, the ACLU Foundation.
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ACLU 1h
The Muslim Ban is STILL intact — and families are hurting each day because of it.
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ACLU 3h
This is a clear attempt to intimidate the press. Without courageous sources, we would only know what the administration wants us to know about ICE. The agency must withdraw this subpoena immediately.
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ACLU 3h
The Department of Justice’s own investigation found that Oakdale prison in Louisiana failed to comply with federal COVID-19 guidance. We’ve been saying that since we sued the prison seven months ago.
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Maddow Blog 15h
Rachel Maddow: Is it as simple as the fact that they had phone numbers, they had that kind of specific identifying information for some of these families and they just didn't give that to you? Lee Gelernt: Yeah, y'know unfortunately I think it is that simple. Here's the story:
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ACLU 15h
Incarcerated people have a right to health and safety. It will be impossible to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our communities unless we also stop it in prisons and jails.
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ACLU 17h
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Subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch the premiere!
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ACLU 17h
In our new video series, we'll be taking a deep dive into the history of policing following riots and uprisings throughout US history.
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Crooked Media Dec 4
New : checks in with 's Dan Mach on what the most recent SCOTUS hearing really means about “religious freedom."
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ACLU 19h
DACA is here to stay. Dreamers are here to stay.
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ACLU 19h
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Learn more about what we can do to stop this surveillance.
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ACLU 19h
The government has a long, terrible history of using secret surveillance programs to target and surveil Black civil rights activists — a practice that still exists today.
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ACLU 22h
There can be no accountability without transparency. Release the records.
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ACLU Dec 4
Replying to @ACLU
We'll also be scoring how legislators vote with our scorecard. Keep track of whether your representatives vote for racial justice and criminal legal reform here ⬇️
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ACLU Dec 4
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Learn more about the need to end drug prohibition and the racist implications of the war on drugs here ⬇️
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ACLU Dec 4
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We released the following statement along with here ⬇️
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ACLU Dec 4
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The MORE Act is the most comprehensive marijuana reform bill in Congress. Guided by reparative and social justice principles, it would decriminalize marijuana, expunge prior marijuana convictions, and invest in communities that have been targeted for 50 years by the war on drugs.
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ACLU Dec 4
BREAKING: The House just held a historic vote on the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act, marking the first time in its history that the institution has voted on ending marijuana prohibition.
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ACLU Dec 4
Access to housing is a civil rights issue. Baltimore recently passed a bill securing the right to legal representation for all residents facing eviction, but too many other cities still leave renters unprotected.
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Allie Frankel Dec 4
Voters recently approved a slew of reforms to stem mass incarceration. But another form of correctional control is quietly brutalizing millions and deepening racial inequities: probation & parole. My take in ⁦
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Camonghne “Stokely Carmichael in Designer” Felix Dec 3
Tough to watch but still glad I got to tell my story and show a bit of the roadmap to how *I* got to abolition. Feels important to note that I’m not an expert and I’m certainly not an authority. I’m learning out loud w/ all of you.
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