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From your local school board all the way to the White House, it’s important today’s decision-makers hear from you. The ACLU of Texas works in the courts, in the legislature and in the court of public opinion to help preserve basic liberties for all in our state and in the country. But none of this work is possible without your help. Please take a moment to let your voice be heard.

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Fair Sentencing

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Support policies that keep non-violent offenders out of jail and ensure that the punishment fits the crime. Send a letter to your legislators.

Community Empowerment Network


We rely on people like you to be our eyes and ears on the ground. Real, lasting change can only happen when we stand up for our civil liberties, one person, one community at a time.

Your Right to Vote

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Are you unable to vote? If you’ve been turned away because of your voter ID, tell us about it.

Border Harassment

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Have you or has someone you know been harassed and mistreated by Customs and Border Protection? If so, please tell us about the experience.

Prayer at Graduation

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Every year during graduation season the ACLU of Texas receives complaints about school sponsored prayer. If you were uncomfortable at your graduation service because of religious content, please let us know.

Test Your Knowledge

Youth Rights Quiz

Youth rights quiz

Think you know all about students’ rights in and out of school? Thank this quiz to test your knowledge.

Religious Freedom Quiz

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Think you know all about the role of religious liberty in American history? Take this quiz to test your knowledge of our Founders’ views on religion.

Over-Incarceration Nation


Find out how much more Texas spends on incarceration than on education, the disproportionate impact on African Americans, and how many prisoners in Texas jails have never even been convicted of the crime they are held for!

Marijuana Arrests


Texas police have a drug problem and black Texans are paying for it. Find out why Texas is second in the nation in total arrests for marijuana possession.