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Protecting the Bill of Rights in Utah since 1958

Racial Justice

Differences in opportunity continue to negatively affect people of color, and discrimination against racial minorities often leads to dramatically unequal outcomes in a broad spectrum of areas including, education, employment, and even rates of incarceration. The ACLU of Utah aims to preserve and extend constitutionally guaranteed rights to people who have historically been denied their rights on the basis of race. The ACLU of Utah is committed to upholding racial equality and combating racism in all forms through litigation, community organizing and training, legislative initiatives, and public education.

The ACLU of Utah is a founding member of Racially Just Utah, a racially and ethnically diverse coalition with a mission to positively and proactively ensure racial equity in Utah through policy, accountability and education.

Uroza v. Salt Lake County (2014)

05 August 2014 Published in Resolved Cases

Natural Life

30 January 2014 Published in Audio and Video

It's Like You're Sold a Dream

30 January 2014 Published in The ACLU of Utah Activist

How to Honor Mandela's Legacy

10 December 2013 Published in The ACLU of Utah Activist

Weber Co v. Ogden Trece (2013)

18 October 2013 Published in Resolved Cases

School to Prison Pipeline

25 September 2013 Published in The ACLU of Utah Activist

Protect The Right To Vote!

01 April 2012 Published in Legislative Work

Weber v. Ogden Trece (2010)

01 July 2010 Published in Resolved Cases

Hate Crimes Legislation

01 January 2002 Published in Legislative Work

English Only

01 January 1999 Published in Legislative Work

Crank v. Utah Judicial Council (1998)

11 December 1998 Published in Resolved Cases

1998 Utah Legislative Report

01 January 1998 Published in Legislative Reports

Silvermans v. State of Utah (1997)

11 February 1997 Published in Resolved Cases