Those who took part in the rampage at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 attacked more than a building that belongs to us all.
ACLU of Wisconsin, Other Organizations, Call On Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes To Address COVID Deaths in Prisons
MILWAUKEE -- The ACLU of Wisconsin, and 18 other organizations, sent a letter to Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes today, asking him to address the pandemic inside Wisconsin prisons, and calling on him to push Gov.
On February 16, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers will introduce his 2021 biennial budget, laying the foundation for what our state will look like over the next two years.
ACLU of Wisconsin and Kenosha Organizations Call For Consequences for Kenosha Police Officer Rusten Sheskey For Shooting of Jacob Blake
KENOSHA - Following the leadership of the Blake family and organizers on the ground in Kenosha, including Leaders of Kenosha, Kenosha Accountability Coalition, United As 1, United Black Men and Women, Black Underground Recycling, Education Youth, All of Us or N
ACLU of Wisconsin Issues Statement Following Charging Decision of Kenosha DA In Shooting of Jacob Blake
KENOSHA - The ACLU of Wisconsin today released a statement after Kenosha District Attorney Michael Graveley announced that Kenosha Police Department Officer Rusten Sheskey will not be charged for the shooting Jacob Blake in the back seven times, which paralyzed
ACLU of Wisconsin Calls On Kenosha Common Council To Protect the Rights of Demonstrators In Anticipation of Charging Decision in Jacob Blake Case
KENOSHA - The ACLU of Wisconsin submitted testimony today to the Kenosha Common Council, objecting to the implementation of city-wide curfews, and other measures to restrict free speech, in anticipation of the charging decision in the Jacob Blake case.