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  1. 2012 Legislative Priorities

    January 11, 2012Press releaseEducation, Housing Segregation and Economic Mobility, Immigrants' Rights, Free Speech, LGBTQ+ Rights, Privacy & Technology, Safe and Free, Education Funding, School Facilities, Student Achievement, Racial Justice, Disability Rights, Police Practices, Open Government, Children's Rights, Due Process, Voting Rights and Elections, Religious Liberty, Prisoners' Rights, Justice for Children Who Are Incarcerated, Legal Justice System, Gender and Sexuality Rights, Reproductive Freedom, School Climate
  2. One Year After the Uprising for Freddie Gray and for Police Accountability

    April 27, 2016News updateEducation, Housing Segregation and Economic Mobility, Education Funding, Racial Justice, Police Practices, Children's Rights, Due Process, Prisoners' Rights, Justice for Children Who Are Incarcerated, Legal Justice System
  3. Why was it legal to stop Freddie Gray?

    May 23, 2016News updateRacial Justice, Police Practices, Open Government, Due Process, Prisoners' Rights, Legal Justice System
  4. The Fight Continues: Ending Mass Incarceration in Maryland

    September 9, 2013News updateRacial Justice, Prisoners' Rights, Justice for Children Who Are Incarcerated, Legal Justice System, Police Practices, Due Process
  5. REPORT: Excessive, Wrongheaded Mandatory Detention of Immigrants in Maryland

    August 4, 2016Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, Racial Justice, Police Practices, Children's Rights, Due Process, Prisoners' Rights
  6. OPED in Washington Post: Maryland has started on prison reform. But what about the thousands in jails?

    June 1, 2016News updateRacial Justice, Police Practices, Due Process, Prisoners' Rights, Justice for Children Who Are Incarcerated, Legal Justice System
  7. Report: Immigration Detainers Undermine Public Safety Through Unnecessary Enforcement

    November 19, 2013Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, Police Practices, Due Process, Prisoners' Rights, Racial Justice
  8. Maryland 2020: Power to the People in the General Assembly (EP. 06)

    January 3, 2020PublicationEducation, Immigrants' Rights, Prisoners' Rights, Police Practices, Voting Rights and Elections, Due Process
  9. New Thinking Freely Podcast Episode “Maryland 2020: Power to the People in the General Assembly” from the ACLU of Maryland

    January 6, 2020Press releaseEducation, Police Practices, Racial Justice, Immigrants' Rights, Prisoners' Rights, Due Process

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