We're Hiring!

The ACLU of Delaware is seeking a Digital Communications Strategist to expand our Communications team. This position will primarily oversee the organization’s digital communications in support of our legal, advocacy, and development departments. The ideal candidate will be creative, enthusiastic, mission-focused, and results-driven, using digital platforms and innovative tactics to bring ACLU of Delaware messages to stakeholders, lawmakers, community partners, and an increasingly engaged base of supporters.

This is a full-time position based out of our Wilmington, Delaware office.

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Take Action: Help Us Make Probation Reform a Priority in 2021

Roughly half of people on probation in Delaware make simple mistakes that shouldn’t warrant any prison time—but our broken probation system could force them back into prison anyway. It’s time to reimagine how this system operates.

December 11, 2020

Law Enforcement Accountability Task Force Action Guide

Register and attend the LEATF virtual meeting on December 2, 2020 at 6:00 PM and ask them through public comment to prioritize policies that foster fairness, transparency, and accountability. Use this action guide to help you craft and submit a public comment in support of police reform legislation!

November 24, 2020

PASSED: Wilmington CCRB Ordinance Passes with a 10-1 Vote

On Thursday, November 19, 2020, the Wilmington City Council voted 10-1, with one absent vote, to pass a proposed ordinance that will amend Chapter 35 of the City Code and create a Citizen Complaint Review Board (CCRB) in the city.

November 17, 2020

Every Vote Counts.

Refusing to count millions of absentee ballots would disenfranchise voters of color disproportionately across the nation. That's why we're calling on Congress to ensure that every valid vote is counted.

November 4, 2020 Voting Rights