NEW ORLEANS — The Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that required abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a local hospital today in its ruling in June Medical Services v. Russo.
BATON ROUGE – The ACLU of Louisiana joined other environmental and racial justice organizations in condemning the felony charges facing two Louisiana environmental activists, Anne Rolfes and Kate McIntosh, in Baton Rouge.
Leaders of the Private Bar Join ACLU of Louisiana Litigation Campaign Against Racist Policing Practices
NEW ORLEANS – Joining a nationwide movement to combat racist policing practices in the wake of the deaths of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks, and far too many named and unnamed others, 18 leading private law firms have joined the ACLU of Louisiana’s litigation campaign to challenge
Reimagining the Police Through a Child’s Eyes: ACLU of Louisiana Holds a Children’s March for Racial Justice in New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS – Approximately 300 children and families gathered at Longue Vue Gardens today for a Children’s March for Racial Justice, hosted by the ACLU of Louisiana.
Eye On Surveillance Coalition Commends Introduction of Ordinance to Ban Facial Recognition Technology and Increase Oversight
The coalition hailed Councilman Jason Williams’ introduction of an ordinance that would ban the use of facial recognition technology by police and increase oversight of the city’s use of surveillance tools.
NEW ORLEANS – The ACLU of Louisiana today announced plans for an intensive litigation effort to challenge racially discriminatory policing practices and combat police violence against people of color.