The Board of Directors and staff of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky (ACLU-KY) would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Suzanne Kling Post. Suzy was an indomitable spirit who spent a lifetime speaking out against injustice in every form.
The First Amendment right to record the police is a critical check and balance for people living in a free, open, and democratic society. It promotes the free discussion of governmental affairs as well as protects the democratic process.
Anti-abortion politicians wasted no time going after Roe v. Wade after the midterm elections.
The ACLU of Kentucky is accepting applications from third-year law students, judicial clerks, and recent law school graduates for its Legal Fellowship. The Legal Fellowship is a two-year program that will begin in the late summer/fall of 2019 and is a full-time position. The Legal Fellow will p
A Kentucky Sheriff’s office agreed to pay more than $337,000 after a deputy sheriff illegally and painfully handcuffed two elementary school children in 2014. The American Civil Liberties Union initiated a lawsuit in 2015.
SMART ON CRIME COALITION PARTNER, KENTUCKY YOUTH ADVOCATES, SHINES LIGHT ON THE COMMONWEALTH’S HIGH RATE OF CHILDREN LIVING WITH RELATIVE CAREGIVERS
Kentucky Youth Advocates, a partner in the Kentucky Smart on Crime Coalition, analyzed the newest U.S.