COLUMBIA, S.C. — The South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP agreed to settle their landmark First Amendment litigation against South Carolina Court Administration in exchange for historical eviction records and timely access to all new eviction filings.
In response to a public records request filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of South Carolina, the Berkeley County School District has released a list of 93 books that have been targeted for censorship in the district’s classrooms and libraries.
The South Carolina Supreme Court issued a decision today in Planned Parenthood South Atlantic v. South Carolina upholding the state’s 6-week abortion ban. ACLU of South Carolina Executive Director Jace Woodrum released the following statement:
The six-week abortion ban doesn’t only ignore the perspectives of South Carolinians; it also ignores the balance of powers that is so vital to our country.
Today the South Carolina Senate passed H. 3728, a classroom censorship bill commonly referred to as the “anti-critical race theory bill.” The ACLU of South Carolina denounced its passage and called upon the House to reject it.
New Lawsuit Alleges Pickens County School Board Book Ban is Unconstitutional and Politically Motivated
Lawsuit Aims to Restore Student Access to Critically Acclaimed, Educator Approved Book about the History of Racism in America