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The Collier County Chapter is a volunteer chapter of the ACLU of Florida made up of local ACLU members and supporters.
On Tuesday, June 15, join us for the next conversation in our chapters’ racial justice series entitled,
Acompáñanos este 15 de Junio para que conozcas la campaña sobre los derechos de los
On Thursday, June 3, join our statewide voting rights organizers for our next virtual campaign meeting.
One week ago, the Supreme Court announcedit would consider a major case about abortion. The case, which directly challenges Roe v. Wade, raises the question
THE PEOPLE, NOT THE POLICE, SHOULD DECIDE IF AND HOW SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGIES ARE USED IN THEIR COMMUNITIES
Four and a half years ago, the use of surveillance technologies by local police and governments was growing exponentially. There were many factors behind this
Dayton and Detroit just passed CCOPS’ 20th and 21st laws nationwide — a milestone for surveillance tech transparency and empowering communities.
THE PEOPLE, NOT THE POLICE, SHOULD DECIDE IF AND HOW SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGIES ARE USED IN THEIR COMMUNITIES Four and a half years ago, the
The story isn’t exactly new. Some evidence suggests queer folks in Miami—mostly known or understood then as female or male “impersonators” or “pansies” who performed