Copwatchers are on the lookout for police brutality at all times, not just when a demonstration or protest is taking place. However, the goals of decreasing police brutality and keeping cops accountable for their actions against citizens are the same. They also practice careful documentation of any incidents.
CLDC's guide to using corporate logos, also known as brand jamming. This guide will help navigate trademark and copyright rules.
Civil Liberties Defense Center case filed on behalf of Mark Kemp.
Electronic Communications Surveillance Article by Lauren Regan
Download the article written by CLDC board of directors member Ben Rosenfeld:
A Book Series with editorial staff including our very own Lauren Regan, AAL.
Taking an interdisciplinary and cross-movement approach, the Earth Liberation and Environmental Justice Book […]
Summaries of legal briefs used by the CLDC in past cases.
Training PowerPoints, brochures, pamphlets, zines, flyers, and other information
Articles, briefs and other info about past CLDC cases involving activists.
In a major victory for the tribe, the Winnemem Wintu were finally given clearance to hold their coming of age ceremony in peace. As a result of the incredible perseverance and unwavering commitment of the Winnemem Wintu tribe, along with the overwhelming show of solidarity that so many activists from around the country provided to the tribe, the US Forest Service had agreed to completely close the McCloud River for the 4 day ceremony June 29 - July 3, 2012.
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