The ACLU of Oklahoma is committed to fight for freedom and the protection of constitutional rights for generations to come. The ACLU accepts cases regarding principles of individual freedom, protection against arbitrary government action, freedom of religion, freedom of speech and press, due process of law, equal protection, and privacy. 

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Bridge v. Oklahoma State Department of Education

Bridge v. Oklahoma State Department of Education, was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma on behalf of three students, two of whom are high school students in Oklahoma City-area school districts and one student who is attending a public charter school in OKC.

September 13, 2022 2SLGBT+ Rights

Terry v. City of Oklahoma City

The ACLU of Oklahoma Foundation and Cornell Law School First Amendment Clinic filed on behalf of the same plaintiffs challenging the Oklahoma Riot Statute’s definition of “riot” as unconstitutionally overbroad and vague.

June 24, 2022

Terry v. O'Connor

The ACLU of Oklahoma Foundation, National Law Center for Economic Justice, and Herbert Smith Freehills filed a lawsuit on behalf of several plaintiffs.

June 24, 2022 Racial Justice Free Speech

BERT v. O'Connor

A multiracial group of students and educators filed a lawsuit today challenging an Oklahoma classroom censorship bill, HB 1775, which severely restricts public school teachers and students from learning and talking about race and gender in the classroom. 

October 19, 2021 Free Speech

Death Row Conditions

We are working to free people with death sentences from automatic and indefinite solitary confinement and to reinstate their right to group religious services.

July 29, 2019 Capital Punishment