Nicole Ozer: Last year, the privacy and free speech mistakes of tech companies led to tons of embarrassing and costly stories.
As of Friday, January 8th the county did NOT fulfill its promise of 440 beds as the first El Niño storms swept through the OC, leaving people who live outdoors exposed to the elements and at risk of hypothermia and other weather-related hazards.
Catherine Wagner: The cameras are only tools, and the way that LAPD plans to use them would, sadly, undercut the values of transparency, accountability and public trust they are meant to promote.
Hector Villagra: For nearly 100 years, the ACLU has worked to make sure the promise of equality covers everyone – those intentionally left out at the nation’s founding and those who weren’t even considered for protection.
Toward Saner Approaches That Treat Communities More Humanely While Saving Taxpayers Money
Hector Villagra: The ACLU of Southern California stands with Quentin Tarantino and supports his condemnation of those police officers who have killed unarmed citizens who pose no threat.
Tom Donnelly: The Southern California chapter of the ACLU will honor “Scandal” star Kerry Washington and guitarist Tom Morello this year for its annual Bill of Rights Awards Dinner.
Sandra Hernandez: An organization of street vendors filed suit last week against the Los Angeles Police Department and a business improvement district for illegally seizing and destroying vendors’ carts, dollies, and other personal belongings.
You’re invited to the ACLU of Southern California 2015 Bill of Rights Dinner, Sunday, November 8th, 2015.
When: Tuesday, September 29, 2015—1:30 PM – 3:00 PM Where: ACLU of Southern California, 1313 West 8th St. Los Angeles, CA 90017 RSVP Here n his groundbreaking new book, “Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America,” Ari Berman, political correspondent for The Nation, lays out the history of the Voting Rights Act […]
Eddie Rivera: Criminalizing the homeless through laws and policies is only creating more criminals, and is a poor use of resources that results in more costs to cities.