The threat of censorship and the suppression of knowledge is alive and well today and continues a long legacy of attempting to silence minoritized people.
As the weather (hopefully) begins to cool, we are reflecting on all the wonderful work we accomplished this summer, and we wanted to take a moment to share it all with our supporters.
“Death qualification” is yet another way prosecutors stack the odds against Black defendants and in favor of capital punishment.August 31, 2022 Criminal Law Reform Racial Justice The Death Penalty
Back to school feels different this year as we contend with the impact of recent school shootings and question how to prevent them in the future.August 26, 2022 Student Rights
The ACLU's challenge relies in part on a new study of capital cases in Wake County, North Carolina, finding Black jurors are disproportionately disqualified from serving on capital juries.August 16, 2022 Criminal Law Reform Racial Justice The Death Penalty
Now that the legislative session has wrapped up, we can reflect on our wins and losses and prepare for the year ahead. We have assembled a list of key updates from this session.August 12, 2022 In the Legislature