The ACLU of Wisconsin Foundation is the educational wing of the state ACLU and includes our litigation and public educational efforts. The foundation works for change through workshops, campaigns, web-based social networking, and community activism. In particular, young people can learn about their rights through our youth program.
The ACLU fosters leadership development for young civil libertarians. Teens are made aware of their civil liberties and civil rights, become advocates of those rights, are able to articulate concerns about rights and racial justice, attend and actively participate in community events, testify at community listening sessions, join committees and community brainstorming sessions, and are role models for other youth and leaders in their community.
We are proud to team up with Community Shares of Wisconsin and their more than 70 partner organizations for The Big Share, a day of social giving online.
If you would like to support the ACLU of Wisconsin the rest of the year, please visit our website to make a gift or become a member.