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
Local police play a critical role in protecting and serving Michigan’s immigrant communities. However, local police confront particular challenges in this area: they must comply with legal requirements in the immigration field that are complex and can change frequently, leaving lJune 23, 2016 Due Process
In September 2015, when the state of Michigan was still adamantly denying that the water in Flint was contaminated with lead, Hurley Medical Center pediatrician Dr.May 26, 2016 Voting Rights Flint Water Crisis
Health Care Denied: Patients and Physicians Speak Out About Catholic Hospitals and the Threat to Women's Health and Lives
The "Health Care Denied: Patients and Physicians Speak Out About Catholic Hospitals and the Threat to Women's Health and Lives" report recounts stories told to the ACLU by womenMay 5, 2016 Women's Rights
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