The CROWN Act stands for more than simply stopping hair discrimination from happening. It is about creating the type of world we would like to leave to our children.
Missouri Department of Corrections to Provide Lifesaving Hepatitis C Treatment to Thousands Behind Bars Approved
Landmark Settlement Requiring Missouri Department of Corrections to Provide Lifesaving Hepatitis C Treatment to Thousands Behind Bars Approved
Voting Rights Advocates Sue to Protect the Right to Vote of Missourians in the November 2020 Election
In the midst of a global pandemic when more people than ever are casting a ballot outside of their Election Day polling place, Missouri has constructed barriers to the ability of people to request and cast an absentee or mail ballot, and then have that ballot counted.
ACLU of Missouri File Suit Against City of Florissant for Unconstitutional Ordinances Used To Silence and Intimidate Protesters Demanding Police Accountability
We filed suit this morning against the City of Florissant challenging three unconstitutional ordinances that give officers unfettered power and are arbitrarily applied to violate protesters’ First and Fourteenth Amendment rights while protesting for police accountability.
As of August, 27, 101 inmates and 46 staff have tested positive for the coronavirus in the Greene County Jail. Reports affirm that Greene County jail did not provide PPE until after positive cases were confirmed and not enough PPE to replace when no longer useable.
It is possible to make sure that Black people, men, women, and children are not punished because of their natural hair. We can work together and pass the CROWN Act. It’s possible to envision a world that accepts us for us, that moves beyond the letter of the law to true inclusion.