MISSION The ACLU of Mississippi works to promote, defend, and extend civil liberties to all Mississippians with an emphasis on issues related to criminal justice reform, youth justice, equality, and freedom of speech and expression. We accomplish our mission through legislation, litigation, and advocacy. Website | Facebook | Twitter
MISSION The ACLU of Virginia is a private, non-profit organization that uses lobbying, litigation and public education to promote civil liberties and civil rights in the state. We are an affiliate of the national ACLU, with whom we share resources and expertise. Website | Facebook | Twitter
MISSION The ACLU of South Carolina is dedicated to preserving the civil liberties enshrined in the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. Through communications, lobbying, and litigation, the ACLU of South Carolina works to preserve and enhance the rights of all citizens of South Carolina. Foremost among these rights are freedom of speech and religion, the right to equal treatment under law, and the right to privacy. Website | Facebook | Twitter
MISSION The ACLU of Texas is at the forefront of advocacy for a variety of civil rights and civil liberties issues. Our special programs and projects focus on protecting fundamental rights and liberties in the Lone Star State, bringing focused attention to specific threats to rights and liberties and building diverse coalitions of groups to leverage collective power. Website | Facebook | Twitter
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