On Tuesday, Louisiana voters scored a resounding victory for justice by approving Constitutional Amendment 2 and abolishing the law that allowed less-than-unanimous juries to convict people to life without parole.
Birthright citizenship is one of the bedrocks of this country. More than 150 years ago, the 14th Amendment guaranteed to all those born within the United States citizenship, without regard to parentage, skin color or ethnicity.
The case of Louisiana shows how the Supreme Court could end abortion access without overruling Roe v. Wade
Angola prison is home to horrific constitutional violations that threaten the health and welfare of people incarcerated in the facility.
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.