Executive Director Nathan Woodliff-Stanley spoke at the marriage equality rally on March 3rd
Leisel Kemp, whose brother Jason was killed by CSP after they entered his home without a warrant, spoke at the 2013 Bill of Rights Dinner about the ACLU’s legal advocacy on behalf of her family.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind is an original short film from the ACLU of Colorado about a man who has spent 17 years in solitary confinement and now suffers from debilitating mental illness.
ACLU of Colorado 2016 Bill of Rights Dinner
The ACLU of Colorado’s Bill of Rights Dinner (formerly known as the Carle Whitehead Bill of Rights Dinner) is an annual event where we come together to celebrate our victories, honor our leaders, and inspire our community to continue the critical work of defending and preserving civil rights and civil liberties for all. All funds raised by the....
Civil Liberties Discussion: Colorado Death Penalty
Join Colorado Mesa Professor Michael Conklin and Kathleen Hynes from the American Civil Liberties Union for a discussion about the pros and cons of the Colorado death penalty.
5:30 pm, Tues. June 28th
Central Library Community Room
// Mesa County Central Library
443 N. 6th St
Grand Junction, CO
Know Your Rights Workshop at B’nai Havurah
Know Your Rights When Encountering Law Enforcement
Sunday, June 12th
6445 E Ohio Ave., Denver, CO 80224
It's more important than ever for all citizens to be prepared and know how to assert their constitutionally protected rights when dealing with law enforcement.
The ACLU of Colorado will present a Know Your Rights....
Legislative Town Hall in Colorado Springs
An informative wrap up of the 2016 legislative session. Representatives from ACLU of Colorado, Pikes Peak Equality Coalition, League of Women Voters, Colorado Common Cause, One Colorado, NARAL and Planned Parenthood will discuss successes and disappointments from the 2016 legislative session and preview their top priorities for next year.
Fighting the Criminalization of Homelessness: A Discussion with ACLU of Colorado at CU Law School
Across Colorado, police use city ordinances to target, harass, and ultimately displace people who are homeless or living in extreme poverty. Join ACLU of Colorado Executive Director Nathan Woodliff-Stanley and Legal Director Mark Silverstein for a report from the front lines in the battle against criminalization of homelessness and poverty in Colorado.....
Speaker’s Bureau: Democracies Die Behind Closed Doors
The more people know about "what our government is up to," the less vulnerable we are to government deception. Transparency is key to ensuring our civil liberties are not sidelined because of our government's increasingly secretive use of new technologies. Join the presentation and the discussion with Kathleen Hynes, Ph.D., speaker for the ACLU of....