We at the ACLU of Oregon believe it is our duty to keep the public informed about the state of their civil liberties. The work we do at the legislature, in the courts, and in our communities is important, but there is no better defender of civil liberties and civil rights than a public that is informed and engaged.
We remember Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and stand with Gauge Grosskreutz. We mourn with their families and their communities. We mourn for all Black people harmed and killed by racist police systems and white supremacy.November 19, 2021
Politicians are using every trick in the book in their attempts to force people to stay pregnant against their will — and they’re trying to recruit the Supreme Court to help them.October 12, 2021
Women attorneys shared concerns about pay inequity and retaliation at the Office of Public Defense Services (OPDS). The ACLU of Oregon asked for an investigation. OPDS has started an investigation by an outside investigator. We encourage everyone with information to participate in the investigation.October 11, 2021 Women's Rights + Gender Equity
Each artist created an image of what Systemic Equality could look like — a vision of a more inclusive and equitable future for America.October 8, 2021
It’s time to understand that shaming girls is harmful and discriminatory and makes it unnecessarily stressful for us to get an education.September 30, 2021
How does redistricting become gerrymandering, and what does that mean for your voting rights? Take this quiz to test your knowledge.September 23, 2021