Carol Rose

Guest Contributor

About Carol Rose

Executive Director, ACLU of Massachusetts

About Carol Rose

Executive Director, ACLU of Massachusetts

Stories by Carol Rose

A roadmap for expanding liberty and democracy

A civil rights-based approach can help build a stronger Commonwealth

Next steps beyond Roe v Wade

Top priority is expanding access to abortion in Massachusetts

Make Mass. a leader in reproductive freedom

Constitutional amendment needed to protect access to abortion

We need a new post-pandemic ‘normal’

Let's not revert to the status quo of inequities that existed before COVID

My checklist for Beacon Hill

Greater abortion access, police reform top priorities

Election highlights our collective responsibility

Democratic process should go on without interference

Attacks on Postal Service are attack on democracy

Trump efforts to undermine voting should be affront to all

Here’s the police reform bill the ACLU wants

Immunity for law enforcement officers must end

In police licensing, the details matter

System must have transparency, public accountability

Safe Communities Act needed now

Legislature must act on basic immigrant protections

Face surveillance tech unprecedented threat

State should press pause, put safeguards in place

Do the right thing on immigration

It’s not just a federal issue; state lawmakers also have role to play

Why free speech must be defended

Silencing others only strengthens the force of opponents

DAs need to be held accountable

ACLU campaign seeks to inform voters about power of district attorneys

Turning protest into policy reform

Walking the walk isn’t enough in fighting racism

Taking on the Trump deportation machine

Let’s stop collaborating beyond what the law requires

A Massachusetts freedom agenda

We must push back against threats of a Trump presidency

Fix the broken Public Records Law

Award attorney fees if documents are unjustly withheld

Rule of law triumphs in resolution to Occupy Boston

The end of Occupy Boston was a peaceful success because the protestors respected the law.