While a dozen senators, including Senator Mike Braun, have stated their plans to object when members of Congress meet today to count and confirm the Electoral College votes, the American Civil Liberties Union urges Congress to oppose the efforts led by President Trump to trample the will of the A
As COVID-19 continues to spread in Indiana jails and prisons, there is growing concern about the recent rise in cases at Vigo County Jail, which was recently reported by the Sheriff at more than 100 cases. Monday, the ACLU of Indiana filed a motion
The ACLU of Indiana, The Bail Project, Indiana Black Expo, Immigrant Welcome Center, Greater Indianapolis NAACP Branch 3053, Public Advocates in Community re-Entry, Inc., RecycleForce, and Indianapolis Urban League, Monday, sent a letter to Governor Holcomb, offering recommendations for COVID-19
Student Files Lawsuit After School Demands He Remove a Shirt Reading “I Hope I Don’t Get Killed for Being Black Today”
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana today filed a lawsuit on behalf of a student at Manchester Jr-Sr High School, against the school, claiming his First Amendment rights have been violated. In August, the student, referred to as D.E., was forced to leave school after refusing to remove
An agreement has been reached between Indy10, individual protesters, and the City of Indianapolis, limiting the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s (IMPD) use of chemical agents against protesters.
The ACLU of Indiana and Sidley Austin LLP today filed a lawsuit on behalf of Balin Brake, a 21-year-old resident of Fort Wayne whose right eye was destroyed while he was peacefully protesting on May 30.