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Update on Immigration in Delaware

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Update on Syrian refugee family in Delaware and investigation into President Trump’s executive order.

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ACLU Files Complaint Regarding Red Clay Tax Referendum

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Update: Post-trial briefing is underway.

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Local designer creates Love Pin, proceeds to benefit ACLU

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The Love Pin Project donates 100% of proceeds to ACLU!

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Confirmed: No executions for those on Delaware’s Death Row!

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Delaware death sentences will be commuted to life sentences!

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Donald Trump: A One-Man Constitutional Crisis

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Report from ACLU Executive Director details Constitutional problems with President-Elect Trump’s campaign promises.

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Delaware No Longer Has a Death Penalty. Let’s Leave It That Way.

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Delaware’s Death Penalty has been ruled unconstitutional, and should never again be used.

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Beyond #BlackLivesMatter: police reform must be bolstered by legal action

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To make Black lives matter, we must tear down the case law that gave police the power to stop, search, and abuse.

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ACLU of Delaware files amicus brief in support of prisoners held past their sentence terms

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ACLU-DE helping prisoners held past sentence terms in Delaware.

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Update: Stingray investigation is now Rudenberg v. Delaware DOJ

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Rudenberg v. Delaware DOJ filed as part of investigation into Delaware’s use of surveillance technology.

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Recognizing and Combating Structural Racism

This edition of Executive Director’s Notes appeared in the Fall 2015 issue of connection, the ACLU-DE newsletter. Violence plagues the streets of Wilmington and is a growing concern in Dover. In 2014, unemployment in Delaware was 4.3% for Whites, 9.1% for Blacks and 9.1% for Hispanics. High poverty schools responsible for educating many black and […]

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