Past Events

Decarcerating Alaska

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?

April 7, 2022

Abortion History in Alaska

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.

March 24, 2022

The state of Alaska’s prisons

Alaska's prisons are overcrowded and are harmful to the nearly 5,000 people incarcerated in them and their loved ones. An alarming number of them are Alaska Native people who are also less likely to be granted parole.

February 10, 2022

2022 Legislative Launch Party

The ACLU of Alaska is excited to present our 2022 Legislative Launch Party at 6 p.m. on Thursday, January 13. We invite you to join us to learn more about the work we'll be doing during legislative session, and how you can be a part of our community of ACLU volunteers advocating alongside us.

January 13, 2022

ACLU of Alaska 101

Are you passionate about working to create change in your community and state? The ACLU of Alaska fights to protect and advance the constitutional rights and civil liberties of the people of this state.

December 9, 2021

A Night of Performance with Quinn Christopherson

In honor of Transgender Awareness Month, the ACLU of Alaska is teaming up with NPR Tiny Desk Concert winner, and lifelong Alaskan, Quinn Christopherson. He’ll take the stage with Medium Build’s Nick Carpenter after performances from artists Josie Ana Pooskiekat and Kittiwake.

November 15, 2019