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A Sheriff Went After These Texans for Their 'FUCK TRUMP' Sticker

The sheriff threatened to charge them with disorderly conduct, leading the ACLU to teach him a lesson in "Constitutional Law 101."
Drew Schwartz
11.16.17
Internet Exploring

Taylor Swift Threatened to Sue a Blog That Compared Her to Hitler

The ACLU says her claims of defamation have no merit.
Phil Witmer
11.6.17
political art

75+ Major Artists Are Donating Sub-$200 Works to Benefit the ACLU and IRAP

Robert Longo, Claes Oldenburg, Victoria Burge, Joanne Greenbaum, and Chuck Webster are amongst those participating in 'No Borders.'
Nathaniel Ainley
3.27.17
Lists

11 Albums You Should Buy on Bandcamp Right Now to Support the ACLU

Bandcamp has pledged to donate 100 percent​ of its profits today to the ACLU, and buddy, have we got some album suggestions for you!
Noisey Staff
2.3.17
VICE News

Federal Judge Blocks Trump Immigration Order, Suspending Deportations

A federal judge in Brooklyn blocked part of an executive order that President Donald Trump signed Friday barring visitors from seven Muslim-majority countries.
VICE News
1.29.17
tech

How to Film Cops

Your smartphone can be a powerful tool to keep police accountable, but you need to be prepared and know what you're doing.
Mike Pearl
7.11.16
News

What Should You Do if the Cops Try to Seize Your Property Unfairly?

We talked to Ezekiel Edwards, the director of the ACLU's Criminal Law Reform Project, about the problems with the controversial practice of civil asset forfeiture.
Brian McManus
11.12.15
News

The First Lawsuit Against the Psychologists Who Designed the CIA Torture Program Has Been Filed

Three plaintiffs argue that the interrogation techniques designed by James Mitchell and John "Bruce" Jesse subjected them to torture in a suit filed by the ACLU.
Allie Conti
10.13.15
tech

Netiquette 101: Don't Feed the Trolls

A guide to not getting mad online.
Drew Millard
9.16.15
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The ACLU Claims in a Lawsuit That Arizona Cops Are Illegally Selling Your Property

Their lawsuit claims the state's civil asset forfeiture laws allow law enforcement agencies to rake in cash by seizing and selling innocent civilians' property.
Drew Schwartz
7.23.15
News

The KKK Is Trying to Save Its Image with Community Service

The Klan is trying to participate in an Adopt-a-Highway program in Georgia, and the state is not happy.
Jacob Harper
7.15.15
News

Will Filming Bad Cops Really Make Them Behave Better?

In Colorado, the state legislature and ACLU chapter have pioneered legislation and new technology to expand citizens' ability to film cops. But will that lead to fewer brutality incidents?
Josiah M. Hesse
6.15.15
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