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Border Patrol & ICE
Death with Dignity
Freedom to Travel
Jail & Prisons
War on Drugs
Follow the Money: 2020
Why do city budgets matter to policing issues?
Working Through the Courts to Break Down Racial Bias in the Criminal Legal System
How the ACLU-WA crafts and deploys amicus briefs to promote racial justice and systemic equality
Victims of police violence deserve a fair chance at justice
Lawmakers should pass the Access to Fairness Act
Advancing the Movement for Reparations
We reflect on the close of Black Futures Month & feature some of our work for brighter Black futures
ACLU-WA Executive Director Michele Storms wins 2023 Goldmark Award for Distinguished Service
Storms addressed attendees of the Legal Foundation of Washington's annual luncheon.
New report: Restraint and isolation in Washington schools
What they are, how they are being used and what needs to change to protect WA's kids
The difference between the decriminalization and legalization of substances
Lawmakers must decide whether to decriminalize drugs or maintain/increase penalties for possession
Focused on Black Futures
A true and deep commitment to Black Futures requires investment in communities and proactive work.
It’s time to prioritize traffic safety for all Washingtonians. This bill will do that.
Low-risk traffic stops are ineffective at keeping people safe.
Fighting for Justice, Inclusion to Reach MLK’s Beloved Community
What does Beloved Community mean in the context of today?
Join us at events throughout Washington.
ACLU-WA comment on DOJ and City of Seattle Filing to End Consent Decree
The U.S. Department of Justice and Seattle asked the Court to terminate the consent decree
Guide to Participating in Hybrid Legislative Session
Learn how to advocate for important bills in hybrid legislative sessions.
Protest Rights and Safety Center
Stay safe and know your rights.