Libertad de expresion

Emblema de una sociedad democrática

Protegiendo la expresión (incluso si no es agradable) de la represión del gobierno.

Proteger la libertad de expresión significa proteger la libertad de prensa, el proceso democrático, la diversidad de pensamiento y mucho más. La ACLU ha trabajado desde 1920 para garantizar que la libertad de expresión de todos esté protegida.

La Primera Enmienda existe precisamente para proteger a la expresión más ofensiva y controversial de la represión del gobierno.


ACLU Condemns El Cajon’s ‘Food Sharing’ Ban and Subsequent Arrests During MLK Holiday Weekend

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 15, 2018 CONTACT: Edward Sifuentes [email protected] 619-501-3408 SAN DIEGO — On Sunday, one day before the national holiday honoring the legacy of a man who believed... Read More


ACLU of California Statement: White Supremacist Violence is not Free Speech

Our country’s greatest strengths are the diversity of its people and the principles of equal dignity and inclusion that unite us all. There are troubling events planned in our state in the coming weeks. This... Read More


ACLU: City of Vista Must Permit Peaceful Protests Outside Rep. Darrell Issa’s Office

SAN DIEGO – The ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties sent a letter today asking the City of Vista to remove unconstitutional conditions on peaceful protests outside Rep. Darrell Issa’s office. For months, people... Read More

Libertad de expresion

ACLU se une a la Marcha de las Mujeres en San Diego para “Repudiar la Misoginia, Intolerancia e Injusticia”

SAN DIEGO – Más de 5 mil personas de la region participaran en la Marcha de las Mujeres en San Diego este sábado, 21 de enero. Se unirán tambien un grupo de doscientos activistas de la ACLU en San Diego. En... Read More

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ACLU Statement on Donald Trump’s Election

By Anthony D. Romero, ACLU Executive Director This morning, Donald J. Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States, and the ACLU has a message for him. President-elect Trump, as you assume the... Read More