In our 100-year history, the ACLU has learned that the fight for justice is never over. Whether it was the passage of landmark civil rights legislation like the Voting Rights Act of 1965, or Roe v. Wade that affirmed peoples’ access to reproductive healthcare, the fight has continued on well past those victories to defend, preserve, and expand them.

Sometimes the fight can feel overwhelming—as though we will never fully achieve the promise of America. As we grapple with a pandemic, a growing democratic crisis, and reckoning with racial injustice, hope can feel elusive. But we're optimistic about our future and that with your support, the ACLU of Delaware can forge a path for freedom and liberty in our state.

Read more about our hope for the future, the work our local affiliate has done over the last 60 years, and the work we’re doing now in this latest issue of our quarterly newsletter. This is your Connection.


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