NC Department of Public Safety targets woman because she is transgender, refuses to provide necessary medical treatment.
Advocates File Complaint Against NC Division of Employment Security Over Language Access Discrimination
Community groups filed an administrative complaint on behalf of the Hispanic Liaison of Chatham County/El Vínculo Hispano.
The ability to make decisions about one’s own body, health, and future is a fundamental human right and enshrined in our constitution. Today, the Supreme Court has made a decision that will eliminate that right for millions.
Civil Rights Groups Reach Agreement With City of Graham Over Police Violence Against Peaceful Demonstrators
Community members marching to the polls during final day of early voting in the 2020 Elections were attacked by police officers using pepper spray.
The January 6 committee investigating the 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol held its first primetime public hearing on Thursday. In response, the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina issued the following statement.
Federal Appeals Court Says Charter School Students Enjoy Constitutional Rights in Case Involving School Dress Codes
A federal appeals court ruled today that a K-8 public charter school is required to comply with constitutional and federal law requirements that apply to traditional public schools in a case involving a uniform policy requiring girls to wear skirts as a condition of attending school.