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The Immigrant Watchdogs Surveilling Border Patrol and ICE

Along the Texas-Mexico border a group of citizens, with the help of grassroot organizations and the ACLU, are given the tools and empowerment to film interactions and arrests.
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Supreme Court debates whether to detain immigrants indefinitely

VICE News examines the legal limbo for U.S. immigrants waiting for bond hearings
ACLU and U

Fighting for Reproductive Rights in Alabama

In 2014, the ACLU challenged an anti-abortion law with June Ayers who owns and directs the only abortion clinic in Montgomery, Alabama.
Know Your Rights

Filming the Police

If you're concerned that the police might be overstepping their authority or violating somebody's rights, you can and probably should take out your phone.
ACLU and U

LGBTQ Rights in Bathrooms

ACLU lawyer Chase Strangio explains HB 142, a controversial law that excludes trans people from public restrooms.
ACLU and U

Criminal Justice Reform

In 2013, Jason Hernandez was the first latino American to receive clemency from President Obama along with other non-violent drug offenders in an unprecedented gesture to address injustice in the criminal justice system.
ACLU and U

Abuse by the U.S. Border Control

In 2012, 16-year-old José Antonio Elena Rodriguez was walking home when he was killed by a U.S. border control agent.
ACLU and U

Surveillance with No Probable Cause

In 2013, the ACLU filed a lawsuit against the NYPD after Asad Dandia's Muslim nonprofit was infiltrated with no probable cause.
Know Your Rights

Marijuana Legalization

The rollout of marijuana legislation in the US is nothing short of complicated. Here's how to smoke and stay on the right side of the law.
Know Your Rights

How to Protest

We live in politically charged times. With protests are happening almost every weekend, there's never been a more important time to know your rights. This episode will tell you what you need to know to protest safely, and legally.
Broadly Shorties

Chelsea Manning's Attorney on Her Prison Sentence

She was sentenced to 35 years in prison, but will walk free this year after having her sentence commuted by Obama in his last week in office.