Court Strikes Down Indiana’s Immigration Law
Restrictions on Door-to-Door Canvassing Violate First Amendment
Spring 2013 Carrying the Torch
U.S. Court of
Appeals Upholds Social Networking Rights
ACLU of Indiana Kicks off 60th Anniversary Year with New Board and Staff
ACLU of Indiana, Indiana Protection
and Advocacy Services Win U.S. District Court Decision Regarding Inhumane
Treatment of Prisoners
Editorials Supporting the Work of the ACLU of Indiana
Fall 2012 Newsletter: "Carrying the Torch"
Indiana Wins Reinstatement of Drivers Licenses for Thousands of Hoosiers
ACLU of Indiana Challenges Marion County Judicial Election System
ACLU of Indiana Wins Appeal in Planned Parenthood Medicaid Case
ACLU of Indiana Challenges School District on One-Person One-Vote
Attorney Sues Library for First Amendment Violation
Disabled Veteran Sues for Right
ACLU of Indiana Wins Appeal on Cap for Dental Services
Video: ACLU of Indiana Members' & Friends Reception with Philip Gulley
ACLU of Indiana Announces Fall 2012 CLEs
(heart) BOOBIES" is Protected Speech
Indianapolis – A student
wishing to express his support for breast cancer awareness will take on his
school corporation in a lawsuit filed today by the American Civil Liberties
Union of Indiana.
Protest and the First Amendment! A Guide for Protesters The ability to express your grievances with the government and society is an important part of what it means to be American, no matter where your views are on the political spectrum. Here you will find a handout specifically written with protesters rights in mind. In it, you will find a step-by-step guide explaining how to interact with the police if they confront you and your rights under the United States Constitution.
ACLU Indiana Says Deaf
Prisoner Denied Phone Access Inmates
at the New Castle Correctional Facility are granted unfettered daily access to
telephones; that is, unless, they happen to be deaf. Today the American Civil
Liberties Union of Indiana filed a complaint against the Indiana Department of
Correction with the U.S. District Court in Indianapolis on behalf of Robert
David, a totally deaf prisoner committed to the DOC in New Castle.
ACLU Says Dept.
of Correction in Contempt On
behalf of four prisoners, the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed a
motion today asking the U.S. District Court in Indianapolis to hold the Indiana
Department of Correction in contempt for not providing kosher diets to
Know Your Prom Night Rights! A Quick Guide for LGBT High School Students For most high school students, prom night is a special time for making memories and sheer fun. But for those teens who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, prom night can be a source of anxiety. While their classmates are busy lining up the perfect outfit and date, LGBT students often have to worry about whether they will be harassed at the dance or excluded from it altogether. However, there are laws protecting your right to be yourself at the prom, and this handout can help you learn about them so that you too can be safe and have fun on the big night!
Victory in Federal Court! ACLU of Indiana Wins Legal Battle Protecting Disabled...
Don't Filter Me! Few things shock us here at the ACLU office, but when a student emailed us this image a few months ago, more than one of us gasped out loud. If you’re a public high school student and would like to know more about your school’s web filter, click on the link and view the video showing how to test whether your school is illegally filtering content and how to report censorship.