It is now official: the Milwaukee police department will undergo sweeping reforms to end its officers’ practice of stopping and frisking people without legal justification and based only on race or ethnicity. For the last decade, tens of thousands of Black and brown Milwaukeeans have been interru
Agreement would require Milwaukee to overhaul police department policies, training, supervision, accountability, and community engagement
The ACLU of Wisconsin calls on Governor Walker to withdraw Wisconsin National Guard support of family-separation operations along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Supreme Court today issued rulings in two partisan gerrymandering cases: Gill v. Whitford and Benisek v. Lamone. The American Civil Liberties Union filed briefs in both cases supporting the challengers to partisan gerrymandering.
Another video of the Milwaukee Police Department officers involved in the arrest of Milwaukee Bucks player Sterling Brown was released today, highlighting the officers’ plans to defend their inappropriate treatment of Brown
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