Earlier this week, ahead of Transgender Day of Visibility, the ACLU of Indiana hosted its first live "Ask Me Anything" with Lo Ray and Michelle Young, two transgender Hoosiers who exemplify what our Transgender Education and Advocacy Program (TEAP) is all about.
Indiana’s “short session” ended this week and the ACLU of Indiana and our supporters were a constant presence in the Statehouse - fighting tooth-and-nail to stop discriminatory legislation and advance measures to protect the rights of all Hoosiers.
The Students of Parkland Are Giving America A Lesson in the Power of Activism. These Are Their Rights.
Over the past several weeks, the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have seized the national spotlight and joined a proud tradition of student-led protest movements.
Our legal case may be closed, but Exodus will continue to push back on the administration’s attempt to dismantle the national refugee program, while making sure we honor our commitments to the refugees who already call Indianapolis home.
Just a few years after RFRA wreaked havoc on our state and its economy, Indiana lawmakers are at it again – proposing legislation that targets LGBTQ young people and prevents educators from creating safe and welcoming educational environments for all students.
Forty-five years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed a woman’s right to abortion. The landmark ruling in Roe v. Wade recognized that women have a fundamental right to decide when and whether to have a child – without undue political interference.