MARCHING ON! The ACLU of Kansas Podcast

The ACLU of Kansas presents Marching On!, a podcast on civil liberties, civil rights, and the fight for democracy in the Free State and beyond. In the spirit of John Brown, we discuss the march toward freedom—including the trials and tribulations this work entails—while always centering the hope that pushes the freedom-minded advocates of Kansas to keep marching on. You can contact the podcast at [email protected] 

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How You Can Help Kansans Vote

The constitutional right to vote is at the heart of our democracy, and free and fair elections uphold our entire system of governance. Democracy is not a partisan matter – it’s the mechanism for each of us to take part in the decision-making process in our communities.

July 19, 2024 Voting Rights

Progeny and Pride

On this month’s pod, Marquetta Adkins-Woods, Executive Director of Destination Innovation, the parent organization of Progeny, and Kunyu Ching, Staff Attorney, join Esmie Tseng to share more about the recent settlement in our case challenging the Wichita Police Department’s discriminatory gang li

June 13, 2024

Let's Talk About Bail

The cash bail system in Kanas creates a two-tiered justice system, where those with money can buy their freedom. This episode features a panel discussion of bail from our Sedgwick County event, Let's Talk About Bail.

May 16, 2024 Criminal Legal Reform

Trans Rights in Kansas

In this episode of Marching On, D.C. Hiegert, LGBTQ+ Legal Fellow, discusses the ongoing fight against anti-LGBTQ+ bills in Kansas, which particularly targeting trans rights. D.C.

April 22, 2024

Restore My Vote

Many people don't know that, in Kansas, although you lose the ability to vote if convicted of a felony, you are eligible to vote again after completing your sentence and supervised release.

March 22, 2024