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The Supreme Court decision that reinstates Arizona's "show me your papers" provision stands to codify discrimination and encourage widespread racial profiling.
What happened to Virginia Mancinas Urtusuastegui is indicative of the war on women who are victims of domestic violence.
When Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario referred domestic violence victims to ICE, he was violating "the spirit of the law."
"Estamos Unidos", a mobile rights tour, lands May 10 in Denver.
Roaring Fork School Board Taking Steps to limit school resource officer collaborations with ICE Full Story >
ACLU legal advocacy results in steps to limit ICE involvement in Roaring Fork schools.
ACLU Urges Roaring Fork School Board to Stop School Resource Officers from Collaborating with ICE Full Story >
The ACLU of Colorado has urged the Roaring Fork School Board to end the current practice of School Resource Officers collaborating with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.
Just days after an ACLU letter demanded that the Gypsum Post Office stop violating Griselda Duarte’s First Amendment right to receive mail delivery by denying her the right to rent a post office box, Ms. Duarte received her P.O. Box and key.
The ACLU demands that the Gypsum Post Office stop discriminating against Latino residents who apply to rent a post office box.
Jefferson County will pay $40,000 to ACLU client Luis Quezada, who spent 47 days illegally imprisoned in 2009 after federal immigration authorities said they wanted to investigate whether he was violating immigration laws.