Facebook Is Eliminating the Easiest Ways to Commit Housing and Employment Discrimination—but Not All the Ways
Forced Arbitration Is Unjust and Deeply Unpopular. Can Congress End It?
High School Students Fight to Solve Civil Rights Cold Cases
A Reminder That Two Southern States Still Celebrate Robert E. Lee’s Birthday on MLK Day
The Atlantic’s Taylor Lorenz Explains What Teens Are up to Online in 2019
Why a Revoked Civil Rights Award for Angela Davis Is Causing an Uproar in Alabama
A Civil Rights Group Targeted by Facebook Wants the Company to Fire Its Policy Chief
Progressives Won Key Victories Trying a New Campaign Tactic in 2018. They Can Do Even Better in 2020.
Jeff Sessions’ Last-Minute Memo
Federal Judge Bars Georgia From Disenfranchising Voters on the Basis of Amateur Handwriting Analysis
A Facebook Executive Moved to London to Protect Her Son From Police Brutality. Then Her Brother Was Tased to Death by Police.
LGBTQ Legal Strategy Rests on Equal Protection. But if Identity Is Political Speech, the First Amendment Could Be Our Future.
How the Trump Administration’s Radical New Definition of “Sex” Would Legalize Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination
The ACLU’s Decision to Defend the NRA Has Led to an Internal Clash That Could Transform the Group
A Recent Judicial Ruling Defining “Jewish” as a Protected Race Follows a Long and Often Ugly History
Jeff Sessions Announces DOJ Religious Liberty Task Force in Response to “Dangerous Movement”
Can the ACLU’s Fight Against Trump Hurt the ACLU?
Men Are Suing Empowerment Organizations for Gender Discrimination. Is the Law on Their Side?
Newark, New Jersey’s New Street Surveillance Program Is a Digital Stop and Frisk