Monthly Archives: April 2015

ACLU of California Releases Tool to Hold Law Enforcement Accountable

  The ACLU of California today launched Mobile Justice CA, a free smart phone app allowing Californians to automatically record and submit cell phone videos to their ACLU affiliate when they feel law enforcement officers are violating civil rights. Videos…

Prop 47 Communications Strategist

  On behalf of the ACLU of California, the ACLU and ACLU Foundation of San Diego and Imperial Counties seek a Communications Strategist to spearhead the ACLU’s contribution to statewide public education, media relations, and new media activities around Proposition…

Walter Scott Matters. #blacklivesmatter

  You’ve probably seen—or at least read about—the gut-wrenching video from South Carolina, in which a white police officer, Michael T. Slager, can be seen shooting an unarmed black man, Walter L. Scott, in the back eight times as he…

ACLU of California Applauds Immigration Bill Package Introduction

  SACRAMENTO–Assembly Speaker Toni G. Atkins (D-San Diego), Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles), and other members of the Legislature unveiled legislation today that would enhance protections for undocumented Californians. The package of bills includes a measure sponsored…

Policy and Legal Internships in Sacramento

  The ACLU of California invites applications for internships for law and graduate students in the Center for Advocacy & Policy (CAP). Students willing to work with intensity and focus will find an internship at the CAP a rewarding learning…