Throughout 2020, multiple county sheriffs in Wisconsin decided to sign formal collaboration agreements with federal immigration authorities.
DPI Rules That Burlington School District Has Not Addressed Racism, Calls on District to Take Further Action
BURLINGTON -- The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction ruled Friday that the Burlington Area School District has not done enough to address the ongoing racial harassment and discrimination against students of color in its schools.
WHITEWATER -- Representatives from ACLU of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Public Education Network, Coalition for a Just Budget, Building Unity, WEAC, and other groups held a press conference today outside the Joint Finance Committee (JFC) hearing at Whitewater, emphasiz
After voters in every corner of this state cast absentee ballots at record rates in 2020, a few lawmakers are trying to take us backwards, creating barriers to voting for some of our most vulnerable communities and undoing the accessibility that made the previous election so successful.
By: Colonel (Ret) Sheri A. Swokowski, Ph.D., ACLU of Wisconsin board member
ACLU-WI Community Engagement Manager submitted the following testimony to the Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety regarding policing legislation.