Georgia native Andrew Malone joined the ACLU of South Dakota team in August. He is equipped to defend civil liberties for all South Dakotans and ready to take time and explore this great state.
Some of the jurors who imposed the death penalty on Charles Rhines, who was convicted of murder, have said they thought the alternative — a life sentence served in a men’s prison — was something he would enjoy as a gay man.
Luke Alton Huber is from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, he joined the ACLU of South Dakota at a recent volunteer training. Read how Luke plans to use the skills he gained to improve his community by empowering others.
The ACLU is looking for dedicated volunteers to join and advocate for change in local communities. To help prepare volunteers, it is hosting two training sessions July 24.
Today, more than 2.2 million people are in American jails and prisons. Nearly 4.7 million people are on probation or parole. And nearly 70 million people are living with a criminal record. If you think those numbers are staggering, you’re right.
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