Free, advance screening of “Marshall” and lunchtime lecture at UHM Law School!

The ACLU of Hawaiiʻs Davis Levin First Amendment Conference is proud to present two remarkable events on Thursday, 9/14 featuring visiting speakers Michael Koskoff and John Marshall: 6 p.m.:  Free, advance screening of the new major motion picture “Marshall” with post-film talkback. 11 a.m.: Lunchtime lecture at UH Mānoaʻs William S. Richardson School of Law. […]

Ten Questions for Honolulu’s Next Chief of Police

Printable PDF version: 10QsHPDchief           5/15/17 VIA CERTIFIED MAIL AND ELECTRONIC MAIL Chair Max J. Sword, Vice Chair Cha Thompson, Commissioner Luella T. Costales, Commissioner Eddie Flores, Jr., Commissioner Steven H. Levinson, Commissioner Loretta Sheehan, Commissioner Mark C. Tilker c/o Executive Officer Honolulu Police Commission 1060 Richards St., Suite 170 Honolulu, […]

Court Blocks Trump’s New Muslim Ban

HONOLULU — A federal court in Hawai‘i has temporarily blocked President Trump’s new Muslim ban executive order before it was set to take effect one minute after midnight. In another challenge, the American Civil Liberties Union and partner organizations were in U.S District Court in Maryland today also asking the ban be halted. Omar Jadwat, […]

ACLU Launches Grassroots Mobilization Platform – Kickoff Event 3/11/17

Program Aims to Organize Resistance to President Trump We hope the people of Hawai‘i will join the PeoplePower movement. Detailed instructions are below. For more information about how to hold your own houseparty, or to let us know if you are holding one, please contact Kit Grant at kgrant@acluhawaii.org or call (808) 522-5904. Mahalo!   […]

Complaint Seeks Federal Investigation and Intervention Over Unconstitutional Conditions in Hawaii’s Jails and Prisons

Read the complaint: acluhidojcomplaintprisonovercrowding (PDF) Honolulu, Hawai‘i – Following a year-long investigation, the ACLU of Hawai‘i Foundation (“ACLU”) has filed a complaint with the United States Department of Justice (“DOJ”) requesting a Federal investigation and intervention to force the State of Hawaiʻi to address unconstitutional conditions and overcrowding in its jails and prisons. The ACLU […]