The ACLU-NJ & national ACLU sued over a law requiring social welfare organizations to disclose donors' personal information.
Sonia Doe has been improperly confined for 17 months in men's prisons.
Following ACLU-NJ letter and NJ Division on Civil Rights investigation, West Milford will train all employees in anti-discrimination and implicit bias, among other steps.
Newark’s role in the struggle for police accountability rightly deserved a place on the debate stage.
Gov. Murphy signs a bill dramatically restricting the use of solitary confinement in NJ prisons and jails.
The Interagency Workgroup on New American Integration and Office of New Americans, created to embrace new immigrants, represent an important opportunity.
Funding for legal representation of immigration detainees facing deportation increased in NJ's budget by about 50%.
The NJ Legislature voted to dramatically limit the use of solitary confinement in prisons and jails.
Historic Victory for Newark, Advocates, as Appellate Court Affirms Powers of Civilian Complaint Review Board
Ruling gives Newark a chance to make police accountability a reality.
A law requiring social welfare nonprofits to turn over donors' personal information harms our rights.
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