Stories bring life to the causes we all fight for – especially when testifying in front of D.C. City Councilmembers. Join the ACLU-DC for an afternoon of creation with the Storytelling For Advocacy Workshop on March 20, 12 - 1:30pm.
Budgets make a city’s priorities clear – in stark numerical form. By choosing how to spend our public dollars, the Mayor and the D.C. Council tell us what’s worth investment – and what isn’t. How is DC spending our money? What are our priorities and values?
Stories bring life to the causes we all fight for – especially when testifying in front of D.C. City Councilmembers. Join the ACLU-DC for an afternoon of creation with the Storytelling For Advocacy Workshop on February 20, 12 - 1:30pm.
Join the ACLU of the District of Columbia on November 12 for a celebration in honor of those in our community who defend and advance civil liberties in D.C. Hosted by ACLU-DC board member Rebecca Cokley, the Bill of Rights Celebration will honor:
Many members of the D.C. community face higher barriers that can prevent them from casting their votes.
Join us for a virtual town hall where we'll update members and supporters on our response to COVID-19 and its unique threats to civil liberties in the District.
Washington D.C.’s criminal justice system is broken. Community trust in police is diminished, systemic racism drives increasing inequality and inflicts harm on communities of color, and violence persists in our neighborhoods.
The ACLU-DC will be tabling at the annual H Street Festival. Come out and learn more about the work we're doing on surveillance, policing, free speech, and more!