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ACLU Urges Lemoore School District to Provide Distance Learning Options to all Students During COVID-19 in Accordance with the Law

Mar 29, 2021
The ACLU Foundation of Northern California sent a letter to the Lemoore Union Elementary School District expressing deep concern for the District’s failure to provide all students with a distance learning option during the Covid-19 pandemic. The letter urges the District to immediately comply with public health guidance and the law to provide a high-quality distance learning option to all students... Read More
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ACLU Sues Fresno County Sheriff’s Office for Violation of California’s Public Records Act

Mar 23, 2021
The law firm Munger, Tolles & Olson, representing the ACLU Foundation of Northern California, filed suit against the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office for its failure to comply with a public record request seeking information regarding use of force, discharge of firearms, sexual assault, and dishonesty by its officers. The complaint seeks immediate disclosure of all of the requested public records. Read More
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Local Control Funding Formula

Mar 11, 2021
The Local Control Funding Formula is California’s new system of funding its public schools. It increases school funding and directs more resources to California’s high-need students: low-income, foster youth, and English language learner students. Read More
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2021 ACLU California Action Conference Registration

Mar 08, 2021
The ACLU of California Action Conference is an annual statewide conference with opportunities to level up your advocacy and policy change in California. You will learn about civil liberties here in California, participate in statewide and local campaigns, and network with like-minded people. The entire conference is virtual. Read More
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Stop SFPD's Surveillance of Activists

Mar 05, 2021
After the murder of George Floyd, the San Francisco Police Department illegally spied on thousands of activists as they marched against police racism and violence against Black people. Read More