Criminal Justice

The U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights protects us against suspicionless searches and seizures. It guarantees due process to individuals who are accused of crimes and humane treatment to those who are incarcerated.

Immigrant Rights

The U.S. Constitution guarantees basic rights and freedoms to all people in the United States, including people who are not U.S. citizens.

LGBTQ Rights

The U.S. Constitution guarantees equal protection under the law. As such, every person deserves the same legal rights and protections, no matter their sexual orientation.

Police Practices

Police are supposed to protect and serve all members of the public. Performing this job effectively does not require sacrificing civil liberties, something that happens too often to BIPOC communities, even leading to killings by police.

Prisoner Rights

The population in American prisons and jails has tripled in the past 15 years.

Privacy & Technology

The U.S. Constitution protects your right to be free from government intrusion into your personal space and your life. You-not government-should determine the course of your life.