News from the ACLU of LA
ACLU of Louisiana and Coalition of Supporters Call on Gubernatorial Candidates to Address Louisiana's Mass Incarceration Problem
The ACLU of Louisiana and a coalition of other organizations have come together to call on candidates in the Louisiana Governor's race to address the state's mass incarceration problem.
Official Statement to Louisiana School Superintendents Concerning School Dances
The ACLU of Louisiana released a statement to the superintendents of all Louisiana school districts on the matter of discrimination and school dances.
Open Letter Regarding Official Prayer and Religious Statements at Walnut Hill Elementary/Middle School
The ACLU of Louisiana sent an open letter to the Superintendent of Caddo Parish Schools regarding Walnut Hill Elementary/Middle School’s practices surrounding prayer and religious statements.
Open Letter to Opelousas City Council Regarding Proposed Ordinance Regulating Clothing
The ACLU of Louisiana sent an open letter to the Opelousas City Council, regarding an ordinance to be proposed at tonight’s council meeting, which could unlawfully restrict residents’ clothing styles, and lead to racial profiling.
ACLU of Louisiana to Honor Former Chief Justice Pascal Calogero at Annual Dinner
Former Louisiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Pascal F. Calogero, Jr. will receive the 39th Annual Ben Smith Award from the ACLU of Louisiana. This award honors people who have demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of civil liberties in Louisiana. ♠ Tickets on sale now!
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