Monthly Archives: March 2008

Local Student Receives National ACLU Youth Activist Scholarship

Valhalla High Senior Adam Lee won a $5000 college scholarship from the American Civil Liberties Union in recognition of his dual passions: defending civil liberties and filmmaking. Lee, a volunteer with the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties, created…

San Diego & Imperial Counties’ 75-Year Timeline

Click on the link below for a poster detailing highlights from our first 75 years fighting for civil liberties in San Diego and Imperial counties. If you have stories or cases the ACLU of San Diego was involved in over…

JOIN ACLU-SAN DIEGO IN CELEBRATING ITS 75TH ANNIVERSARY!

Event is sold out! Join us for a gala reception, dinner, silent auction, live entertainment, and special tributes to our founders and clients as the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties celebrates its 75th year of fighting to protect…

Francisco Castaneda’s Treatment at the Corrections Corp of America’s Otay Mesa Detention Center

A judge’s ruling in the case of Francisco Castaneda is revealing of the neglect and abuse that takes place at the Corrections Corporation of America facility in Otay Mesa. The ACLU has an ongoing medical conditions suit against CCA and…

ACLU GOES TO THE THEATER!

Join the ACLU on Sunday, March 2, 2008, for a matinee performance of a searing play, Permanent Collection, that tells the story of an African American museum director, whose appointment sends the museum’s Caucasian educational director into a tailspin. View…