Monthly Archives: January 2017

ACLU of California Statement on Trump Administration’s Discriminatory Executive Orders

Today, President Trump and his new administration confirmed the institution of draconian, punitive, and discriminatory immigration policies that ignore the lessons of the last 30 years of immigration policy and betray our most basic values as a state and as…

ACLU ANNOUNCES FIRST LEGAL ACTION ON TRUMP CONFLICTS OF INTEREST, LAYS OUT PLAN TO CHALLENGE PROPOSED POLICIES

NEW YORK — The American Civil Liberties Union has taken legal action seeking documents on conflicts of interest and violations of the Constitution and federal law posed by President Trump’s and his family’s business interests. The organization also released a Seven-Point Plan laying out how it intends to challenge…

ACLU Joins San Diego Women’s March “To Repudiate Injustice, Bigotry and Misogyny”

SAN DIEGO – More than five thousand people from throughout the region are expected to participate in the San Diego Women’s March this Saturday, January 21. A contingent of two hundred activists from the San Diego ACLU will join them….

Job Announcement: Community Organizer

Community Organizer The ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties (ACLU) seeks a dynamic Community Organizer with at least four years of experience in labor, political and/or community organizing, ballot initiative campaigns or issue campaigns. The Organizer will be responsible…

ACLU on Gov.’s Budget Proposal: Off to Good Start to Protect California’s Most Vulnerable

SACRAMENTO–In response to Governor Jerry Brown’s unveiling of his proposed 2017-18 budget, the American Civil Liberties Union of California’s Center for Advocacy and Policy issued the following statement on behalf of its Center Director, Natasha Minsker:  “We commend Governor Brown…