Pride is still protest.
James D. Crawford, a longtime ACLU of Pennsylvania leader, fierce advocate for civil liberties, and friend to all who knew him, passed away peacefully earlier this month.
We sued Lancaster County judges for setting unconstitutional bail. But the problem doesn’t end in Lancaster.
We filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of individuals held pretrial due to unaffordable cash bail. This lawsuit is the latest piece of a years-long campaign to challenge the misuse of cash bail.
The state Senate passed House Bill 972, legislation that would ban participation in school sports by transgender students in public schools and state-funded universities and colleges.
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a request to halt a unanimous federal appeals court ruling that required the counting of 257 timely received ballots in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, which had been excluded...
Today, the ACLU of Pennsylvania and the law firm O’Brien Coleman & Wright announced a settlement between Allegheny County and Jules Williams, bringing to a close Ms. Williams’ federal civil rights...