We need to make sure every voter in Anchorage knows we are moving to Vote By Mail this year. Join us at the ACLU office to spread the word about Vote By Mail in Anchorage and help more people prepare to vote than ever before! We're hosting a city-wide canvass for voter education.
Join the ACLU of Alaska and the Anchorage Public Library for a First Friday Film about Justice Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Supreme Court Justice, as he battles through one of his career-defining cases. The film is rated PG-13.
2017 was a big year for defenders of civil rights and liberties. Here at the ACLU of Alaska, we are bigger and busier than ever before. Come learn about what we've been up to, what our priorities are for 2018, and how you can get involved!
We’re proud to announce that we’re an official partner of the Women’s March on Anchorage and will be at the Women's March on Homer and Women's March on Juneau as well.
A free, open, and accessible internet is vital to our modern democracy. Net neutrality rules ensure that all internet traffic is treated equally and enables freedom of the press, expression, and speech in the digital age.
Are you ready to take action to protect civil liberties in Alaska? Join us at our civic engagement training and learn how to make an impact and promote equality and justice in Fairbanks.
Everyone has the right to read what they want free from government interference.
September 30, 2017
Join us for a screening of a historically censored movie (hint: it's based on a Vladimir Nabokov novel) and a discussion around censorship in film!
It’s time for our Fourth Annual Banned Books Pub Quiz! Join Anchorage Public Library, UAA/APU Consortium Library, and the ACLU of Alaska as we celebrate our freedom to discover! This year’s pub quiz promises to be better than ever.
Sunday, September 17 is Constitution Day, the anniversary of the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution in 1787!