The groundbreaking report, The Border’s Long Shadow: How Border Patrol Uses Racial Profiling and Local and State Police to Instill Fear in Michigan’s Immigrant Communities, exposes how Border Patrol, an agency within U.S.March 25, 2021
The ACLU of Michigan, together with the American Immigration Lawyers Association-Michigan Chapter, the State Bar of Michigan's Immigration Law Section, and cooperating attorneys, release this 2020 report: Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions in Michigan.
March 3, 2020 Criminal Justice Immigrants' Rights
To ensure that all students, regardless of sexual orientation, receive a quality education within a safe learning environment we've constructed this 28-page question and answer publication.July 29, 2019 Student Rights The Nancy Katz & Margo Dichtelmiller LGBT Project
The ACLU of Michigan and the Student Rights Project have assembled this guide to help students, parents, teachers and others understand students' legal rights in school disciplinary matters.February 3, 2017 Student Rights
For two decades, Julia Aikens worked to make sure others were cared for.
A medical assistant in a nursing home from 1979 to 1999, Aikens spent the better part of her career looking after the elderly until she herself was forced to go onto disability 17 years ago.July 27, 2016 Due Process Racial Justice