Plaintiffs filed this suit to enforce the State’s duty, under the Washington Constitution Article IX, § 1, to provide adequate funding of a “basic education” for all students in public schools statewide.
The ACLU of Washington is suing United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on behalf of a decorated active-duty U.S. Army service member stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord for unreasonably delaying his naturalization application.
We argue that the police have a duty of care owed to the citizens they serve, including those with disabilities and those who speak languages other than English. Disallowing negligence claims against the police removes a key tool of deterrenc
Join ACLU of Washington activist Christine Vukos-Walker as she shares her favorite poem as part of the WordsWest Literary Series “The Ides of March: Resistance and Immigration” poetry reading. The event features readings of original poetry by Donna Miscolta and ACLU-WA Technology and Liberty Director Shankar Narayan.
Please join the ACLU of Washington, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Davis Wright Tremaine, and the Middle Eastern Legal Association of Washington for a 4-credit CLE “Training for Pro Bono Attorney Accompanying Clients on FBI Interviews.”
We did not learn this history in school. Robinson will discuss how Confederate monuments came to adorn our country and what it means that they still stand today. We MUST face the truth of our history to chart a course forward.