Why Is Chelsea Manning Prohibited From Having Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair Issue & The Senate Torture Report?
For Chelsea Manning the last five years have been a fight to survive.
The Connecticut Supreme Court joined the growing national conversation about the abolishment of the death penalty.
The Obama administration doubled down on one of its worst immigration legacies: the return and expansion of family detention.
Last August Ferguson and Fallujah had a lot in common. Those protesting the death of Michael Brown were met with “armored vehicles, noise-based crowd-control devices, shotguns, M4 rifles like those used by forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, rubber-coated pellets and tear gas.”
Executive Assistant The Executive Assistant provides support to the Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut (ACLU-CT), a private, non-profit organization that works to promote and defend civil liberties in Connecticut through legal, legislative and public education programs. The organization, which is an affiliate of the national ACLU, is comprised of two […]
The court declared that following the prospective repeal of the death penalty, execution of prisoners “no longer comports with contemporary standards of decency and no longer serves any penological purpose.”
A Connecticut teenager’s weaponized drone illustrates the need for regulations, which has prompted the ACLU of Connecticut to renew its call for reform.