What is the mission of the ACLU Student Chapter at Mitchell Hamline? To promote and increase interest in civil liberties, especially those of the student; to promote discussion about civil liberties issues; and to protect those same civil liberties.
What types of issues does the ACLU deal with? Racial Justice, Criminal Justice, Police Practices, Prisoner Rights, Immigrant Rights, Reproductive Freedom, LGBTQ+ Rights, Voting Rights, Privacy & Technology, Religion and Belief, Student & Youth Rights, Disability Rights, Privacy and National Security, and Personal Liberties!
How can I become a member and stay updated on the ACLU Student Chapter at Mitchell Hamline?
To be added to the ACLU MH membership e-distribution list, please reach out to our Membership Coordinator, LeRoi Enriquez.
You can also search “ACLU Mitchell Hamline Student Chapter” to join the ACLU Facebook group.
Contact Information: ACLU.firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Raleigh Levine
Is There an Immigration Crisis: How did we get here, and where are we going?
Mitchell Hamline ACLU and Immigration Law Student Organization (ILSO) co-hosted this panel.
Immigration History, Law, and Policy, a discussion on “How we got here, a historical perspective” led by Dr. Jimmy Patiño from the University of Minnesota. Next, Susana De León of De León, Nestor & Torres provided insights into the legal issues immigration lawyers face in their work. Finally, Julia Decker, Policy Director for ACLU-MN, highlighted some policy issues that indicate where immigration law is going.