The ACLU of Kentucky welcomes vigorous debate and differing views on our social media accounts, including posts that disagree with our own views. However, as a non-governmental, private organization, we reserve the right to hide or delete posts, as well as to block users, according to the following criteria:

  • Threatening or suggesting violence or harm, directly or indirectly, to another person. We may report threats to appropriate authorities.
  • Harassing or demeaning other people or groups of people, including but not limited to degradation on the basis of race, nationality, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability.
  • Spam and/or large volumes of repetitive content.
  • Advertisements, promotions, or solicitations of a commercial product or service.
  • Confidential, personally identifying, or private information.
  • Accounts we have reason to believe are bots or are malicious.

If you are requesting legal assistance, do not post those requests in our social media accounts - we will not respond. Instead, please fill out a legal intake request for so that we can assure your confidentiality. We reserve the right to remove or hide requests for legal assistance.

Questions about the ACLU of Kentucky social media policy can be sent to