Monthly Archives: February 2014

ACLU Statement on Reported Audit of Border Patrol’s Use-of-Force Policies

Following today’s Los Angeles Times story on a report prepared last year criticizing U.S. Customs and Border Protection use-of-force policies and practices, the ACLU of SDIC urges Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to immediately release the full report and implement…

San Diego ACLU Statement on Chief Lansdowne’s Retirement

The ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties commends the Chief for his years of service to our city and for his immediate and serious response to recent allegations of officer misconduct and racial profiling. As he retires, we urge…

Affordable Care Act and Immigrants

The ACLU of California created in collaboration with our friends at the California Immigrant Policy Center (CIPC) a fact sheet which gives a summary of how the Affordable Care Act (also known as ACA and “Obamacare”) applies to immigrants and…

Attempt to Repeal the School Success and Opportunity Act Fails

SAN FRANCISCO—Today, the effort to repeal the School Success and Opportunity Act—California’s new law ensuring that all children have opportunities to do well in school—failed to qualify for the ballot. The law—also known as Assembly Bill 1266—went into effect on…

Community Organizer

The ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties (ACLU) seeks a dynamic Community Organizer with at least three years of experience in immigrants’ rights, labor, and/or political organizing. The Organizer will work on a range of community engagement projects, with…