American Civil Rights Project
The American Civil Rights Project knows that Americans’ civil rights are individual rights, equally held by all (regardless of whether those rights are understood as a positive enactment of centuries of ratifiers or as the common endowment of all children from nature and nature’s God). The ACR Project exists to protect and, where necessary, restore the primacy of all Americans’ shared civil rights. And we need your help!
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The American Civil Rights Project, a public-interest law firm, seeks to assure that American law equally protects all Americans. The ACR Project needs your help to pay for its efforts seeking to accomplish that goal. The ACR Project is a tax-exempt public charity, under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, so all contributions to the ACR Project may be tax deductible under Section 170 of the Code.
Our Latest News
ACR Project Complaint Concerning Vermont’s Violation of Title VI Through Discriminatory Business Coaching Program
Today, the ACR Project filed with the U.S. Treasury Department a Title VI complaint, concerning Vermont's recently announced launch of an intentionally racially discriminatory business coaching and training program.
ACR Project Challenges Unconstitutional Guaranteed Income Programs, with Suit against CA HHS, SF, SF USD, and UC Affiliates
The ACR Project, for the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation and individual San Francisco taxpayers, has sued California's Health and Human Services Agency, San Francisco, San Francisco USD, and both UC Berkeley and San Francisco, challenging a set of guarantied income programs, which violate the Constitutions of California and the United States (as well as Title VI).
Joint Submission by ACR Project and Manhattan Institute of Comment on Department of Education’s Proposed Change to Title IX Regulation Governing Men’s and Women’s Sports
Today, the ACR Project and the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research jointly submitted a comment to the U.S. Department of Education, raising numerous potentially fatal defects in the Department's proposed alteration of the regulation governing the men's and women's athletic programs run by federal funding recipients.