The Constitution protects every person’s right to due process of law and humane treatment during incarceration regardless of race, socioeconomic status, age, gender, gender expression, or sexual orientation.
The First Amendment guarantees all Americans the freedoms of speech, press, religion, assembly, and protects their right to petition the government.
The more people know about how public servants make decisions and spend tax dollars, the less vulnerable they are to deception and abuse by government officials.
The Constitution guarantees the fundamental rights of due process and equal protection to every person in this country, regardless of their immigration status.
Everyone in this country has the right to be included in the promises and protections of the Constitution, regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity or expression.
The Fourth Amendment protects us from unreasonable searches and seizures, but rapidly advancing technological capabilities and outdated laws have nevertheless left Americans’ private lives vulnerable to government intrusion.