It is essential that all government officials follow public health experts’ recommendations to help ensure a response plan that protects the health, safety, and civil liberties of all.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, the ACLU of Delaware office is closed effective Monday, March 16, 2020 until it is safe for the office to reopen. Our operations continue unhindered.
In light of the emergence of the coronavirus threat and the institution of a state of emergency, we need to make sure that officials are doing everything they can to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in correctional facilities.
We look to the fight and the pioneers of the past to inspire our efforts toward a more equitable future. To that end, we have assembled a list of state-wide events celebrating Black History this month, and we encourage you to attend as many as you can.
Last year we teamed up w ith NLCHPH & Paul Weiss LLP on a letter to the City of Wilmington asking for the repeal of unconstitutional panhandling ordinances. Last week the city followed through!
One of the founders of the ACLU of Delaware has died. Joan Rosenthal (nee Langer) died on January 11, 2020. She was 85 years old.