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ACLU of the District of Columbia
ACLU of the District of Columbia. We are devoted to ensuring free speech, equal rights, and other civil liberties in D.C. Press inquiries: media@acludc.org
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The problem with police in schools: "D.C. students need support — just not the kind police can offer. "
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Good on you, : "Each of the company's more than 2,000 stores will house a kiosk with a special website where visitors will can check their voter status, register to vote or sign up for election reminders."
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We’re committed to ensuring your civil rights and civil liberties remain intact during the pandemic and the protests for racial justice. You can help to inform our work by taking this survey:
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 26
All students deserve to learn in an environment that is safe and fear-free. Learn how the campaign will make that a reality with our webinar with on Mon, 9/28 at 6:30PM. RSVP:
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 26
Take a moment this weekend to confirm your voter registration status (register if you have not!) In D.C., ballots for registered voters should begin to arrive by mail the first week of October.
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 26
This week’s At Liberty podcast looks at the hurdles faced by trans students as school districts across the country grapple with how to resume classes during the pandemic.
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 26
Again, awesome news. must do everything it can to make voting as accessible and safe as possible.
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 25
"Missing in Brooks County" documents two families' search for their missing loved ones in the epicenter for migrant deaths in the U.S.: Brooks County, Texas. Watch from home October 14-18
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 25
Monday’s webinar features discussing the harmful effects police have on a school environment and what changes the Police-Free Schools campaign would make for safer learning. Register now:
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 25
Happy to see our youth advocating for important change!
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DC Public Library Sep 24
After more than 3 years, the MLK Memorial Library is official reopen for limited services.
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 24
All students have the right to learn in a safe environment, free of harassment. We're encouraged reversed course, and hope all students are aware of their rights under Title IX.
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 24
Dorea Batté was harassed by a fellow student. She was assured a no-contact order through the Title IX office would not be reflected as discipline against her. But GW reported it to the DC Bar, jeopardizing her future.
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 24
Súmese al seminario web del lunes con . A las 6:30 p. m., conversaremos sobre qué implicaría la campaña para la seguridad de los alumnos y su entorno de aprendizaje. Inscríbase aquí:
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 24
We hope , a critical source for local D.C. news, will be back to regular weekly issues soon!
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 23
Great news! must do everything it can to ensure voting is accessible and safe to residents east of the river.
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 23
Have you registered for next Monday's webinar with ? Join us for a conversation about the damaging relationship between police and students, and learn how the Police-Free Schools campaign aims to create safer learning environments:
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ACLU of Kentucky Sep 23
BREAKING: Only 1 of the 3 officers who killed Breonna Taylor has been charged with a crime. None of the charges are related to her death. Once again, the state has denied that Black lives matter by failing to hold law enforcement accountable.
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ACLU of the District of Columbia Sep 23
The lack of supercenters in Wards 7 and 8—our city's largest Black population—threatens their right to vote. These wards are important and they deserve a supercenter for early voting, or more polls open if they cannot have one.
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