As the leading civil rights organization in our state, the ACLU of North Dakota believes in keeping the public informed about the state of their civil liberties. The work we do at the legislature, in the courts, and in our communities is important, but there is no better defender of civil rights than a public that is informed and engaged.

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2020 Census Frequently Asked Questions

The Census is a brief survey the Census Bureau sends to every household in the country every 10 years.  It is required by the Constitution to count every living person in the United States, regardless of citizenship or immigration status.

March 16, 2020

Let’s work together to change school lunch debt policies across North Dakota

While the policies vary from district to district – at some schools, children’s meals are thrown away for unpaid lunch bills or at others students are barred from participating in extra-curricular activities – one thing is certain: these policies punish people struggling with poverty.

February 12, 2020

What does LGBTQ+ & Two Spirit mean?

We don’t have all the answers, but here are some straightforward definitions and suggestions for getting better acquainted with your peers 

December 18, 2019

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