Protesting injustice is the oldest American tradition there is. And whether you’re a worker standing on a picket line, a group of citizens protesting the nomination of a Supreme Court Justice, even a patriot taking a knee or saluting the flag, the ACLU will continue to defend those rights.
The city of Kenner’s policy of preventing booster clubs from buying or accepting delivery of Nike products is unconstitutional.
Many students heading back to school are being greeted by more police and metal detectors, but few, if any, counselors — this is especially true for students of color.
The Justice Department has reopened the Emmett Till case at a time when we’re constantly reminded of how much racial injustice persists in the US.
When prosecutors prioritize winning convictions over advancing justice and ensuring fair trials, they risk convicting the innocent. Time and time again in Louisiana, innocent lives have been destroyed by wrongful convictions, while the prosecutors responsible have evaded accountability.
By voting “yes” on Amendment 2 in November, Louisianans can finally right the wrong done more than a century ago and prevent people like Travis Hayes from being convicted without being proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
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