Greyhound buses, once a symbol of travel on America’s vast highways, have become rolling traps where U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents routinely board to unlawfully interrogate, detain and arrest passengers.
ACLU Asks Federal Judge to Allow LGBT Support Groups to Join Lawsuit in Defense of LGBT-Inclusive School District Policies
Today the American Civil Liberties Union and ACLU of Michigan filed a motion in federal court asking to intervene in a lawsuit that was filed against Williamston Community Schools for adopting policies that prohibit discrimination against students for their sexual orientation, gender identity or
Funeral Home Unlawfully Discriminated Against Its Employee By Firing Her For Being Transgender, A Federal Appeals Court Rules
DETROIT — Today the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled that R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes unlawfully discriminated against Aimee Stephens when it fired her after she notified her employer that she would begin working openly as female because she is a transgender woman.
By Britanny Hamama
Tonight, my mom, Nahrain Hamama, is attending the State of the Union in Washington, DC, as a guest of U.S. Congressman Sander Levin.
When my mom told me, I couldn’t believe it. I asked, "The actual State of the Union?”
ACLU Urges MSP to Investigate Possible Racial Profiling of Black and Latino Motorists, Citing Alarming Statistics
Federal Judge Grants Iraqi Nationals Release by Feb. 2 Unless Immigration Courts Find Clear and Convincing Evidence of Flight Risk or Public Safety Risk
A federal court today ruled that nearly 300 Iraqi nationals who have been detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement will have an opportunity to be released. U.S.