Monthly Archives: February 2015

Familias Separadas por Prácticas Coercitivas de Control Migratorio Podrán Ser Reunidas en los Estados Unidos

SAN DIEGO – Cientos, y hasta miles, de no ciudadanos que firmaron documentos de “salida voluntaria” en el Sur de California y fueron expulsados a México tendrán la oportunidad de aplicar para regresar a los Estados Unidos para buscar estatus…

Familias Separadas por Prácticas Coercitivas de Control Migratorio Podrán Ser Reunidas en los Estados Unidos

  SAN DIEGO – Cientos, y hasta miles, de no ciudadanos que firmaron documentos de “salida voluntaria” en el Sur de California y fueron expulsados a México tendrán la oportunidad de aplicar para regresar a los Estados Unidos para buscar…

San Diego ACLU Weighs In on SDPD’s Race Data Report

SAN DIEGO – On Wednesday, February 25, San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman will present the department’s demographic data on vehicle stops to the San Diego City Council’s Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods (PSLN) Committee. The ACLU of San Diego &…

Is there a risk when applying for an AB 60 driver license?

By Katie Traverso, @KatieACLU Recently, the ACLU of Southern California participated in an event in Kern County on AB 60, California’s new Safe and Responsible Driver Act. The act, which went into effect January 1, 2015, permits any eligible Californian to…

Spring-Summer Legal Intake Volunteer Opportunities

  The ACLU Foundation of San Diego & Imperial Counties is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, public interest organization devoted exclusively to protecting the basic civil liberties of all. The mission of the ACLU is to assure that the protections of the…