Nebraskans have a right to privacy and in a world where tracking our activities is easier than ever, communities should be cautious about any plans to expand government use of surveillance technology. When they do move forward on those efforts, you can count on the ACLU of Nebraska to be a watchd
This week, ACLU of Nebraska Interim Legal Director Rose Godinez testified before the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis in a hearing focused on the pande
A few years ago, we flipped Nebraska's tourism slogan around for a bumper sticker: “Honestly, Nebraska should be for everyone.” It’s a lofty goal given the scope of challenges we face but at the ACLU, we’re committed to putting in the work to ensure that one day we get to a state that really is f
In February, Gov. Pete Ricketts joined with Nebraska Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Heavican, Speaker Mike Hilgers and Senator Steve Lathrop to announce a collaborative effort to address the state’s ongoing mass incarceration crisis.
Pictured: Dylan spent 10 to 12 hours locked away from other youth at age 14. Dylan’s advocacy, along with other solitary survivors, helped create legislative changes that better protect vulnerable people, including juveniles, from being subjected to solitary confinement.