The ACLU of Washington represents Nonnie Lotusflower, a transgender woman in the custody of the Washington Department of Corrections (“DOC”) in a case challenging DOC's blanket ban on gender affirming surgery for transgender people.
We filed suit on behalf of Dr. Ming Lin, a physician with over 30 years of emergency room experience, who was relieved of duty after exposing inadequate COVID-19-related safety procedures at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Bellingham, WA.
Join the ACLU at a public forum at Town Hall Seattle as we hear from investigative reporter Curt Guyette who exposed the shocking story of how government actions resulted in the poisoning of the water supply for residents of Flint, Michigan. Tickets only $5.
Join us for Never Again: Japanese American WWII History and American Muslim Rights Today, a presentation and conversation examining Japanese American incarceration during World War II and how it relates to racism today.
The ACLU of Washington has endorsed the Annual May Day March for Workers and Immigrant Rights organized by the May 1st Action Coalition and El Comité and will be joining the march in solidarity with our local immigrant communities.
The ACLU of Washington and People Power will be tabling at the Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair. Join us in our fight for justice at this free, family-friendly event to network and create social change.
The ACLU is co-sponsoring the Truman Project’s rally against Trump’s Muslim Ban. Join us outside the courthouse where the State of Hawaii’s case for a temporary restraining order against the third version of the ban will be heard.