The American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia (ACLU-WV) seeks a communications intern for late winter/early spring. The intern will work remotely with the ACLU-WV Communications Director to design our annual magazine and help manage our website news section.
The following news article appears in the West Virginia Record:
CHARLESTON – The case involving a transgender Harrison County teen will be heard by the state Supreme Court in March.
After seven months of work on an ordinance creating the Morgantown Civilian Review and Advisory Board, the bill is scheduled to be introduced to the council at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26.
The following news article appeared in the Charleston Gazette-Mail:
Charleston City Council voted down a proposed bill Tuesday night that aimed to keep people from standing in and around certain city intersections.
Numerous organizations and faith leaders from around the state called on Charleston Mayor Amy Goodwin and members of Charleston City Council to vote “No” on a bill that would prohibit free speech and further criminalize poverty in West Virginia’s capital city.
Despite being aware that a proposed ordinance would unlawfully restrict the free speech rights of the Charleston community, members of Charleston’s Public Safety Committee advanced a bill Thursday night that presents significant concerns for free spee