Delaware General Assembly's Law Enforcement Task Force met for the first time on Thursday, August 6, 2020. Here's the public statement we made at the meeting.
Unprecedented times call for extraordinary efforts, and the ACLU of Delaware staff and supporters are rising to the occasion. Learn how by watching the replay of our Annual Meeting here.
Despite the announcement of over 300 positive COVID-19 cases in DOC facilities this week, it’s not too late for Delaware to change course and proactively confront the public health crisis in our state’s prisons. But they need to take action immediately.
DOC announced today that 1/3 of all inmates in Sussex correctional facilities have tested positive for COVID-19, highlighting an immediate need for the Department to heed our calls to action. Here's our press release in response to the announcement.
We teamed up with the Building People Power Education Issue Campaign to distribute a survey to all Red Clay school board candidates and current school board members to find out where they stand on issues of race and equity in the Red Clay Consolidated School District.
In an effort to ensure access to the ballot through the pandemic, the 150th General Assembly passed House Bill 346, legislation that will ensure all voters can cast their ballot by mail in the upcoming 2020 elections. Today, Governor Carney signed that bill into law. Here's our statement.