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show menu issues criminal justice free speech immigrants’ rights lgbt rights police practices privacy racial justice religious liberty students & youth rights voting rights womens rights & reproductive freedom news & events blog of rights in the news press releases legislative updates calendar of events our work in the courts current session previous sessions contact your legislators glossary of terms resources take action get help about accomplishments annual reports staff board job openings kreyol español follow @aclufl on twitter like us on facebook it’s time to fight when people's rights are under attack, the aclu is there to fight back. your voice is needed now more than ever. become an aclu member today and stand with us. join today>> women’s march on tallahassee the aclu of florida is proud to endorse the women's march on tallahassee. dissent is patriotic. join us>> take the people’s oath when donald j. trump takes the presidential oath on friday, we the people will also take an oath to declare that no one can violate rights guaranteed to us by the constitution. create your oath and share it with us today. take the oath>> preparing for the 2017 legislative session right now, our team of brilliant litigators, policy experts and organizers are getting ready to defend our rights and freedom during the upcoming legislative session. get ready to take action with us by signing up to receive alerts about our work during the 2017 legislative session! sign me up>> know your rights do you know your right to peacefully protest, or when encountered by law enforcement?  do you know what to do if your rights are violated? check out all of our resources so you can be prepared to exercise all of your constitutionally protected rights. read about your rights>> get your aclu swag on! let the world know that you support civil liberties and civil rights for all with our aclu merchandise. every purchase supports our fight for freedom! shop the aclu store>> you have the right to remain alive we know there is a better approach to policing. take action today to stop police violence in florida. take action we stand in solidarity with the lgbt community. aclu statement on mass shooting at gay nightclub in orlando. read more » join the aclu of florida sign up for action alerts find your local chapter make a donation aclu blog of rights criminal justice, free speech, immigrants’ rights, lgbt rights, police practices, privacy rights, racial justice, religious liberty, students & youth rights, voting rights, women’s rights why we marched and what comes next january 24, 2017 on friday, january 20, donald trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the united states. on saturday, january 21, more than 3.3 million people joined women’s marches in over 500 cities across the u.s. as crowd estimates still continue to trickle in, political scientists are already certain of one thing: saturday’s demonstrations were the largest in american history. demonstrations took over major cities and small villages alike, and women, men, and children of all ages and races gathered together in amphitheaters, on streets, and at capitol buildings to make their voices heard. the aclu was proud to stand with them. continue reading » no comments posted january 24, 2017 at 3:26 pm criminal justice, free speech, immigrants’ rights, lgbt rights, police practices, privacy rights, racial justice, religious liberty, students & youth rights, voting rights, women’s rights feel like you’re at risk? here are some resources for you. december 20, 2016 — the 2016 election is over, but the rhetoric and acts of hate targeted at specific groups following election day has left many of us feeling at risk. in the ten days following election day, the southern poverty law center tallied more than 900 hate incidents across the country – many targeting black people, immigrants, muslims, and jewish people. we want to make sure that you know your rights and have access to the resources you need. please check out these resources below to get information from the aclu about what to do if your rights are violated. continue reading » criminal justice, immigrants’ rights, lgbt rights, police practices, racial justice, religious liberty, women’s rights what is the election’s impact on human rights? november 17, 2016 — like many americans, last tuesday  i found myself first in shock – but then fear for our country and for the civil liberties values we cherish. this was because of how the campaign of president-elect donald trump stoked racist, xenophobic and islamophobic fears, promising polices that, if enacted, would be an unprecedented all-out attack on the rights of americans. the day after the election, the aclu of florida staff met first to come to terms with our collective shock at the civil liberties challenges we are now surely facing, then to immediately begin planning how we will deploy our resources and the tens of thousands of aclu members in florida to respond to them. we are now preparing to fulfill the role the aclu has always played since it was established in 1920: standing up against and challenging any government abuses of rights and liberties. people understand this about the aclu. that is why, in the week since the election, the aclu has received an unprecedented outpouring of support. we are now hard at work putting that  support to work. continue reading » latest news & press releasesread all » 12/13/16 free speech, privacy rights, women’s rights aclu challenges florida law requiring state registration for people consulted by a woman contemplating abortion 12/6/16 lgbt rights, students & youth rights federal appeals court upholds students’ rights in gay-straight alliance case 10/14/16 criminal justice aclu responds to florida supreme court ruling state’s death sentencing statute unconstitutional upcoming events see more events » 1/29/17 at 11:00 am orlando – central chapter january board meeting 2/2/17 at 6:30 pm sarasota – muslim registries and surveillance in america what is aclu of florida? the american civil liberties union (aclu) is our nation's guardian of liberty, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all people in this country by the constitution and laws of the united states. find a chapter near you much of our work is done by volunteers operating out of 16 local chapters across the state. choose from the menu for meeting times and contact information for a chapter near you: -- select a chapter --greater baybrevardbrowardcentralcolliernortheast floridaflorida keysgreater miamipalm beachpinellassarasotatallahasseegreater tampatreasure coastvolusia/flagler privacy policy search español kreyol aclu of florida • 4500 biscayne blvd. suite 340 miami, fl 33137 • 786-363-2700 • aclufl@aclufl.org


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