The Bill of Rights protects every American against suspicionless searches and seizures and guarantees due process to individuals who are accused of crimes and humane treatment to those who are incarcerated.
Everyone in Alaska deserves equal treatment under the law regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Both the Alaska and U.S. Constitution protect the right to privacy for every Alaskan. The ACLU fights to ensure Americans have control over our personal information and protects our personal privacy from government surveillance.
The ACLU works to secure a world that respects everyone’s right to form intimate relationships and to decide whether and when to have children. With reproductive freedom comes opportunity: opportunity to build strong families and to enjoy a productive and meaningful life.
The ACLU of Alaska works to protect and expand the right to vote through legislation, litigation, and voter education.
ACLU of Alaska urges state to provide relief to overcrowded, understaffed prisons to reduce COVID-19 risk
The ACLU of Alaska urged public officials to heed public health experts’ advice and immediately release individuals in detention who are at high risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19, and urgently implement a series of proactiv
At the ACLU, we aim to preserve the constitutionally guaranteed rights of people who have historically been denied their rights on the basis of race or ethnicity.
On Thursday, February 20, 2020, Clarice Bun Hardy addressed the media at a press conference in Anchorage. The same day, the ACLU of Alaska announced a lawsuit against the City of Nome, on behalf of Ms. Hardy.
Freedom of Speech, of the Press, of Assembly, of Association, and to Petition: this set of guarantees, protected by the First Amendment, constitutes freedom of expression.
The First Amendment guarantees all Americans the right to follow and practice their faith--or no faith--without governmental influence or interference.