For decades, the ACLU Foundation of Northern California has used the courts to protect and expand the rights of all Californians. From fighting against the internment of Japanese Americans, to suing California Highway Patrol for targeting Black and Latinx drivers, the ACLU is building a more just state one lawsuit at a time.
ACLU Foundation of Southern California v. Anaheim Police Department and ACLU Foundation of Northern California v. Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department
ACLU Foundation of Northern California Warns California County Traffic Courts Against Charging for Court Dates
Chamberlain v. Mims (Religious Dietary Restrictions in Fresno County Jail)
Scott v. Bowen (CA Voting Rights Clarification)
Titman v. Clovis USD (Eagle Feather at High School Graduation)
The ACLU Foundation of Northern California sued a local school district so a Native American high school senior could display an eagle feather on his cap during the graduation ceremony for religious and spiritual reasons.Read More