Sherman Indian Boarding School

Confronting the Tragic Legacy of Forced Boarding

Jun 22, 2022
In May 2022, the United States Department of the Interior released Volume 1 of the Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative Report, investigating the centuries-long project that forcibly separated hundreds of thousands of Native American children from their families and tribes. In addition to documenting abuses at these schools, the investigation located 408 schools across 37 states and identifie... Read More
California Police Surveillance Art

Lagleva v. Doyle (License Plate Surveillance)

Jun 02, 2022
Community activists are suing Marin County Sheriff Robert Doyle for his practice of illegally sharing millions of local drivers’ license plate numbers and location data with hundreds of federal and out-of-state agencies Read More
ACLU of Northern CA

Community Activists Reach Settlement with Marin County Sheriff for Unlawfully Sharing Drivers’ Locations with Out-Of-State and Federal Agencies

Jun 01, 2022
Community activists in Northern California reached a settlement in their lawsuit against the County of Marin and Marin County Sheriff Robert Doyle, whose office illegally made the license plate and location information of local drivers available to hundreds of federal and out-of-state agencies, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection. Read More
Four people holding signs outside of the Supreme Court that read "Abortion is a right" and "Abortion access for all"

The Fight to Defend all Californians’ Access to Abortion Continues—No Matter What SCOTUS Decides

May 05, 2022
Californians’ right to bodily autonomy—to make decisions over one’s own life and future—is a deeply held value in our diverse state. This includes the right to abortion. A leaked draft of a U.S. Supreme Court opinion recently revealed the Court’s intention to explicitly overturn Roe v. Wade and nearly 50 years of precedent guaranteeing the constitutional right to abortion. Read More