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Voting Rights

Established in 1965, the ACLU Voting Rights Project has worked to protect the gains in political participation won by racial and language minorities since passage of the historic Voting Rights Act (VRA) that same year.

Reproductive Rights

The ACLU protects everyone's right to make informed decisions free from government interference about whether and when to become a parent.

LGBTQ Rights

The LGBTQ Project fights discrimination and moves public opinion through the courts, legislatures and public education across five issue areas - and beyond.

Womens' Rights

Women have made great strides in the fight for equality, but gender bias continues to create huge barriers for many, especially poor women, women of color, and immigrant women.

Criminal Justice

The Criminal Law Reform Project seeks an end to excessively harsh crime policies that result in mass incarceration and stand in the way of a just and equal society.


The ACLU strives for an America free of discrimination against people with disabilities, where people with disabilities are valued, integrated members of society who have full access to education, homes, health care, jobs, and families.

Equal Rights

The ACLU works for the equal rights of all people as guaranteed by the U.S. and Arkansas Constitutions. Equal Rights applies to many issues, including some not easily categorized otherwise.

Free Speech

Freedom of speech is protected in the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights and is guaranteed to all Americans. Since 1920, the ACLU has worked to preserve our freedom of speech. Learn more and take action to protect the right to free speech.


The ACLU AIDS Project uses impact litigation, public education and advocacy at the state and federal level to fight discrimination against people with HIV/AIDS.

Immigrants' Rights

The Constitution guarantees the fundamental rights and civil liberties of every person in this country.