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  1. NYC Principals Alerted to Students’ Privacy Rights on Cell Phones

    April 16, 2015Press releaseLiberty and Technology, The Education Policy Center
  2. In State Addresses, Cuomo Must Announce Plans to Make New York a Progressive Leader

    January 9, 2017Press releaseFreedom of Speech and Religion, Immigrants' Rights, LGBTQ Rights, Liberty and Technology, Reproductive Rights and Justice, The Education Policy Center, Abortion Rights and Access, Transgender Rights, Police Accountability, Women's Equality, Biometric Privacy
  3. Op-Ed: “Big Brother” in the Schools (New York Newsday)

    November 23, 2004PublicationLiberty and Technology, The Education Policy Center
  4. Palm Card: What to Do If You're Stopped by the Police (English and Spanish) (2011)

    June 1, 2009PublicationDue Process and Justice, Immigrants' Rights, Liberty and Technology, Racial Justice, The Education Policy Center, Stop-and-Frisk Practices
  5. New Arabic Language School Raises No Red Flags For NYCLU

    August 20, 2007Press releaseFreedom of Speech and Religion, Liberty and Technology, The Education Policy Center
  6. NYCLU Unveils New Advocacy Department

    January 9, 2008Press releaseDue Process and Justice, Freedom of Speech and Religion, Immigrants' Rights, LGBTQ Rights, Liberty and Technology, Racial Justice, Reproductive Rights and Justice, Rights of People with Disabilities, Voting, The Education Policy Center
  7. Coronavirus and the Rights of New Yorkers

    March 19, 2020CampaignThe Education Policy Center, Rights of Incarcerated People, Due Process and Justice, Immigrants' Rights, Law Enforcement Working for ICE, Liberty and Technology, Voting Reform, Biometric Privacy, Protest Rights
  8. Rebuilding New York: The 2021 Agenda

    February 9, 2021PublicationLiberty and Technology, Racial Justice, Criminal Justice Reform, Reproductive Rights and Justice, The Education Policy Center, LGBTQ Rights
  9. What to Do If You're Stopped by the Police

    March 5, 2020Know Your RightsDue Process and Justice, Immigrants' Rights, Stop-and-Frisk Practices, Liberty and Technology, Racial Justice, The Education Policy Center, Police Accountability
  10. What You Need to Know About New York’s Temporary Ban on Facial Recognition in Schools

    July 2, 2021PublicationBiometric Privacy, Liberty and Technology, The Education Policy Center, Technology in Schools