Brigid Slipka: Impact vs. principle at the American Civil Liberties Union

by EA Global1 min read2nd Jun 2017No comments


PolicySocial and intellectual movements

The ACLU has a 97-year history of impact litigation, using singular lawsuits at specific points of injustice to impact broad populations. In recent years, lobbying and grassroots mobilization have amplified this targeted political pressure. It is this combination of tactics and decades of history that has put the ACLU at the forefront of the resistance in this era of Trump.

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