The following is a partial list of campaigns and cases.

Arrested for Protesting in Black

This ground-breaking constitutional rights lawsuit charges that local and federal law enforcement violated the U.S. Constitution by singling out people for arrest based on their perceived political ideology targeting persons the government perceived by their manner of dress to be, or to associated with, anarchists. Read more

2001 Inaugural Protests: Illegal Domestic Spying Operation Exposed

This litigation, brought by the Partnership for Civil Justice also on behalf of the National Lawyers Guild, first exposed the use of the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Forces against political dissenters, and revealed that the District of Columbia police department has been carrying out an illegal ongoing domestic spying operation in which officers are sent on long-term assignments to pose as political activists. Read more

Philadelphia's Unconstitutional Protest Permit System

This significant free speech lawsuit was originally filed on behalf of activists who were organizing a two-day vigil in support of Mumia Abu-Jamal at City Hall and were told by the City of Philadelphia that their permit application was rejected. Read more

Voices in the Wilderness

Voices in the Wilderness sought to end this unconscionable sanctions regime, and to provide medicine to dying children. The United States government prosecuted VITW in federal court for these actions. Read more