"We can't begin to restore community trust until the GRPD recognizes this for what it is: racial profiling."
"The district needs to take action to make the schools a safe place for all students."
"The reason I asked you for your ID is because I came in here and I saw that you guys are speaking Spanish," the agent says in footage of the incident.
"We are outraged, and demand that the Sheriff's Department conduct an immediate investigation."
Immigrants in a California detention center have to overcome nearly insurmountable barriers to get in touch with a lawyer, a lawsuit alleges.
The ACLU had asked Cox to promote its election help line.
State Department will work with U.S. embassies in four countries to locate the hundreds of parents the government previously deported without reuniting them with their children.
José Antonio Elena Rodríguez, 16, "had a Fourth Amendment right to be free from the unreasonable use of deadly force by an American agent," a court ruled in a landmark decision.
The facial recognition tool, called "Rekognition," is already being used by U.S. law enforcement.
The now-viral video shows a Border Patrol agent questioning bus riders' citizenship in New Mexico.
"Mr. Cottingham physically flinched and verbally protested, making clear that this highly intrusive search was not within the scope of the frisk to which he had consented."
Donations made to the civil liberties advocacy group also leaped from about $3 million to $5 million annually to $120 million in the same period.
"People should be free to walk down the street without being watched by the government," the ACLU said.
Amazon workers revolt: "We don't have to wait to find out how these technologies will be used."
This one takes aim at the Trump administration's practice of separating migrant children from their parents at the U.S. border.
Groups called the question "draconian" and accused the Trump administration of using it to further an anti-immigrant agenda.
The population of incarcerated girls and women increased from roughly 26,500 in 1980 to 214,000 in 2016, according to one analysis.
Eighty-two percent of prosecutors said that "domestic violence is now under-reported and harder to investigate and/or prosecute."
"Some women have tragically suffered miscarriages while being held in detention," a letter signed by 276 rights organizations warns.
"The only fraud is the occupant of the Oval Office," California Secretary of State Alex Padilla said.
Complaint filed by the ACLU said the aerospace engineer was left feeling distressed and humiliated.