The Mat-Su School Board is continuing its efforts to ban books through its newly formed Library Citizens Advisory Committee.
Join the ACLU of Alaska and the Alaska Institute for Justice on Tuesday, September 12th from 5:30-7:30 at Cafecito Bonito (6307 DeBarr Rd A, Anchorage, AK 99504) for Know Your Rights Training.
The "Don't Look Back. Advocate Forward," training is for formerly incarcerated people who are interested in advocating for systemic change within our criminal legal system.
Join Alaskans Against the Death Penalty for the annual Fish Fry event!
Date: July 28th, 2023; 5:30pm
Location: Russian Jack Chalet
Alaska's State Board of Education is seeking public input on a policy change that would explicitly prohibit transgender girls from playing on girls' sports teams.
While marijuana has been partially legalized in Alaska for years, and a part of our independent identity, the state has not been immune to the War on Drugs.
We know that Alaska's prisons do not effectively stop cycles of harm, help people deal with mental and behavioral health needs, or help people and communities thrive. So what would Alaska look like if we didn't use prisons as a cornerstone of our approach to community safety?
Anti-abortion politicians have accelerated attacks on the right to abortion and abortion access across the country. Alaskans’ abortion rights are protected by the state constitution, but that has not stopped continued attempts to erode them.
UPDATE: Please join us for a testimony training and preparation session on SB 140, discriminatory legislation seeking to exclude transgender students from athletics.
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