Monthly Archives: June 2009

Homeland Security Reverses Controversial Deportations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 17, 2009 SAN DIEGO – Civil rights and human rights activists commended a decision by the Department of Homeland Security to readmit to the United States minors apprehended and deported to Mexico in a controversial immigration…

County Clerk Unclear on Validity of Same-Sex Marriages

In spite of the California Supreme Court’s recent ruling on the validity of same-sex marriages performed before Proposition 8 was adopted, a couple applying for benefits was told by a clerk that their marriage was not recognized by the county,…

School Apologizes for Illegally Banning 6th Grader’s Harvey Milk Report

“Milk Stood Up for His Beliefs So I Felt I Should Do the Same” RAMONA, CA – A Ramona school has apologized to a sixth grader for illegally censoring her classroom presentation about Harvey Milk last month, and school officials…

San Diego School Board Passes ‘A-G’ Resolution

The San Diego Unified School Board took a bold step towards ensuring that all students will graduate high school prepared to become lifelong learners in an ever changing economy and will be prepared for their choice of post-secondary education. In…

El mejoramiento de educación para todos

En 17 de mayo de 2000, la ACLU, junto con otras organizaciones de derechos civiles presentó una demanda contra el estado de California debido a las condiciones terribles en muchas de sus escuelas públicas. Padres, alumnos y profesores argumentaron que…