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Technology concerns began in the 1950s, over government officials listening to … Read more
Access to Abortions at City Hospital
On August 16, 1974, when a St. Louis City resident (“Jane … Read more
Do you have photographs, digital art, video, or other documentation of the protests and marches … Read more
War on Drugs?
In 1972, 15 federal Drug Abuse Law Enforcement (D.A.L.E.) officers arrived with … Read more
In 1971, two teenagers—Michael Mattis (age 17) and Tomas Rolf (age 18)—were found … Read more
Each year on July 4, we commemorate the founding of the United States of America and … Read more
In 1972, the ACLU of Eastern Missouri’s new executive director, Joyce Armstrong, … Read more
Segregation in Missouri typically occurred (and occurs) by custom, rather than law. Proving … Read more
WashU Libraries Book Club goes virtual!
Get comfy and join us … Read more
Once again, as I write about the ACLU of Missouri's history of trying to stop police violence, … Read more
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