Monthly Archives: May 2015

Southwest Key Programs v. City of Escondido

  BACKGROUND Since 2011, hundreds of thousands of unaccompanied children have entered the United States. Most come from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras, seeking refuge from violence and persecution. The Office of Refugee Resettlement, part of the U.S. Department of…

Lawsuit Charges City of Escondido Unlawfully Rejected Housing for Unaccompanied Children

ESCONDIDO – Today in San Diego federal court, the ACLU filed a lawsuit charging that the City of Escondido manufactured zoning and land use pretexts to discriminate against vulnerable children fleeing violence and persecution in Central America. “This is what…

Historic Ruling in ACLU Lawsuit: Abstinence-Only Sex Ed Violated State Law

  A Fresno County Superior Court judge has ruled that a lawsuit brought against the Clovis Unified School District was justified because the District’s sex education curriculum was out of compliance with California state law. The suit, American Academy of…

Lista de Auto-Identificación con Respecto al Caso Cuestionando “Salida Voluntaria”

La ACLU, una organización de derechos humanos, interpuso una demanda colectiva en contra de la forma como los agentes de inmigración del sur de California administran las “salidas voluntarias.” Con aprobación de la Corte empieza la búsqueda en California y…