Author Archive | Charles Denson

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We’re Hiring a Social Justice Organizer!

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Social Justice Organizer Position to Start April 1st, 2017 We are accepting applications until March 15th or until the position is filled. To apply send a resume, cover letter, & three references to info@cldc.org. Put “Social Justice Organizer Application” in the subject line. Who we are: The Civil Liberties Defense Center (www.cldc.org) is […]

Resist Trump

Now is more important than ever to resist Trump and his agenda of bigotry, racism, sexism, xenophobia, hate, & climate change denial. We will continue to protect the rights of front-line activists who stand up for justice and provide trainings & resources for marginalized communities. Right now we are providing legal support to the Water […]

CLDC Supporting #NoDAPL

CLDC attorneys, Lauren Regan & Cooper Brinson, arrived at the Sacred Stone camp today to provide additional legal support to the movement in North Dakota. They will be at the camp for a week and we will be making regular trips back every month to provide legal support.

Klamath Forest Defense

Activist Locks to Barrels and Halts Klamath Logging

Seiad Valley, Calif –Early this morning logging operations were halted on the Westside post-fire logging project after a daring activist chained himself between two 55 gallon drums filled with concrete at a gate leading into the project area. The non-violent direct action protest was the latest in campaign events triggered by continued logging despite a […]

Camp-action

Youth Protest Pollution from Klamath Strait Drain

A group of youth including inter-tribal teens, orchestrated three dynamic protests to demand a thorough clean up of the polluting Klamath Strait Drain, which pumps polluted water into the Klamath River, harming down river communities and Klamath salmon.

SCOTUS

What has the Supreme Court done with your civil rights lately?

Last week, the Supreme Court issued a number of opinions that will affect the civil rights of millions of Americans. First, the court ruled that during DUI arrests, police can take warrantless breathalyzer tests, but not warrantless blood-draws. Second, the court ruled that universities may implement “race-conscious” affirmative action admission policies. Third, the court deadlocked […]