It's Banned Books Week! Free people read freely! In 2014-2015, we recorded thirteen book challenges submitted to Texas schools. Most of the books in question were challenged due to profanity, violence, or sexual content.Read More
No Houstonian should be discriminated against based on race, age, pregnancy, religion, military status, sexual orientation or gender identity. That's a core value Houstonians share.Read More
Marriage equality is legal for the first time in Texas! We will have resources and analyses available. Leave a message on our legal hotline 1.888.503.6838 with questions you have about the ruling.
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On May 28, 2014, Mayor Annise Parker and the Houston City Council passed the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance. Learn about what the ordinance means for you.
The ACLU of Texas is the premier advocate for civil rights and individual liberty in the Lone Star State. To defend the Constitution and keep America safe and free, we need the support of every Texan who cares about protecting our precious civil liberties.
Freedom of speech, of the press, of association, of assembly and petition â€” this set of guarantees, protected by the First Amendment, comprises what we refer to as freedom of expression. Know your rights and what to do if you're stopped by police.
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It's Banned Books Week! Free people read freely! In 2014-2015, we recorded thirteen book challenges submitted to Texas schools. Most of the books in question were challenged due to profanity, violence, or sexual content.
The State of Texas cannot refuse to issue birth certificates to children born in the United States, according to a brief filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the ACLU of Texas in support of 17 families suing the State.