Monthly Archives: November 2009

UCSD Proposed Speech Policy Still Needs Work

Almost exactly two years later to the day, the University of California San Diego released a new proposed campus speech policy, seeking comment before it is finalized, that attempts to fix a number of the constitutional errors brought to its…

ACLU Response to Southwestern College President’s Interview

In answering a series of questions posed by the San Diego Union-Tribune in today’s “Our Region” section, Southwestern College President Raj Chopra denies infringing on free speech rights on his campus. The ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties reiterates…

Freedoms of Expression

Join the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties, So Say We All, Train of Thought and local partners for an evening of performances by renowned and up-and-coming San Diego artists! Friday, November 13, 2009 Cream Coffee Bar, University Heights…

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Should Investigate U.S.-Mexican Border Crossing Deaths

November 12, 2009 SAN DIEGO – U.S., Mexican and international officials must recognize the deaths of migrants occurring during unauthorized crossings of the U.S.-Mexican border as an international humanitarian crisis and should address the ongoing violations of the right to…

Your Health, Your Rights: Teen Privacy Reproductive Health

If you’re a teen in California, you have rights. And that’s what this booklet is about—your right to privacy and reproductive health care. It has lots of information about different things that may come up in your life. . ….