John Morris, General Counsel of the Center for Democracy & Technology, is flexing his First Amendment expertise over at CDT’s site this week by answering reader questions about online speech. John is a fantastic resource on these issues, and I highly recommend that our readers think up some good questions and not miss the opportunity to pick his brain.
This Week in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties: The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Arizona’s “ballot harvesting” law, a federal judge in Texas rules the pandemic moratorium on evictions is unconstitutional, and more. https://harvardcrcl.org/this-week-in-civil-rights-and-civil-liberties-12/
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Today on CR-CL's Amicus blog: Can a Reconstruction-Era Law Targeting the KKK Bring Accountability for Donald Trump? https://harvardcrcl.org/can-a-reconstruction-era-law-targeting-the-kkk-bring-accountability-for-donald-trump/
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Today on CR-CL's Amicus Blog, @ava_cilia interrogates the racial disparities in the family regulation system: https://harvardcrcl.org/the-family-regulation-system-why-those-committed-to-racial-justice-must-interrogate-it/
What's going on this week in civil rights? Check out our Amicus blog to find out! https://harvardcrcl.org/this-week-in-civil-rights-and-civil-liberties-10/
Today on CRCL's Amicus Blog we explore this busy week in civil rights and civil liberties!
Congratulations to one of our authors from Volume 55, Professor @DeborahNArcher, for her selection as the first Black president of the @ACLU in its 101-year history!