The roughly 100 page report on police practices in Ferguson, MO details numerous ways in which the police department and court system in Ferguson have violated and continue to violate the U.S. Constitution.
The Civil Liberties Defense Center is hosting a community forum entitled: “Policing the Police: Your Right to Record Law Enforcement” This event is free and open to the public and is wheelchair accessible.
Free Know Your Rights Training at The Evergreen State College in the College Activities Building Room 301! April 3rd 10AM-5PM The event is being sponsored by the Black Cottonwood Collective.
The Civil Liberties Defense Center is seeking a part-time staff position to join us in our Eugene, Oregon office starting as soon as possible.
The “FOIA Improvement Act of 2015” aims to make it easier for the public to obtain records and harder for federal agencies to hide records.
Save the date! CLDC’s 2nd annual Next Generation Climate Justice Action Camp is August 3rd-8th. The Location will be at the Emmigrant Lake campground near Ashland, Oregon. This is a action camp for training teens age 14-18 how to organize for climate justice causes.
CLDC is thrilled to announce that Eric McDavid, Environmental Activist, has been released from custody. Welcome home Eric!
CLDC Executive Director and Staff Attorney, Lauren Regan, weighs in on how the Grand Jury System allowed a cop to get away with murder in Ferguson.
We recently finished up this video about the work we do at CLDC, we hope you enjoy it, and please feel free to share!
LOCATION CHANGE: The event will be at the Reach Center at 2520 Harris Street in Eugene.
We are excited to announce that recently freed environmental activist Eric McDavid will be a special guest at the event!
Rebel Revelry is one of our biggest benefit events of the year, hundreds of activists and supporters come out to support us so we can continue to do the work we do.