Privacy & Technology

The ACLU of Indiana knows that technological innovation has outpaced our privacy protections. We believe that there is a constitutional and fundamental right to privacy, and that it’s more important than ever with technological advances. Click the heading above for more information.

Racial Justice

The authors of the Declaration of Independence outlined a bold vision for America: a nation in which all people would be free and equal. More than two hundred years later, it has yet to be achieved. Click the heading above for more information.

Religious Liberty

Religious freedom includes two complementary protections: the right to religious belief and expression and a guarantee that the government will not show preferential treatment to one religion over another. Click the heading above for more information.

Reproductive Freedom & Women's Rights

The decision to have a child or not belongs to each individual woman, her family, her doctor and no one else. But laws that make it difficult if not impossible for a woman to get an abortion if she needs one are increasing. Click the heading above for more information.

Student Rights

Far too often the rights of students are overlooked when it comes to the constitution. At the ACLU of Indiana we have represented student’s First Amendment rights in the courts, defending their right free speech and to privacy. Click the heading above for more information.

Voting Rights

Through litigation and advocacy, the ACLU is fighting back against attempts to curtail an essential right in our democracy, the right to vote. Click the heading above for more information.

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