We the People: Blog

The ACLU of Wyoming works in communities, legislatures, and courts to preserve the rights and liberties enshrined by state and federal constitutions. 

We the People is a blog series that features the stories of members, supporters, volunteers, and allies of the American Civil Liberties Union of Wyoming. Together we are accomplishing critical work in our communities to protect and advance civil liberties across the Equality State. 

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We the People: Zoe Hoffmann

Zoe Hoffmann doesn’t consider any one place she lived while growing up her “hometown” – at least by the traditional definition of the word.

June 6, 2024 Free Speech

We the People: Rosie Read

In college, Rosie told her great-grandmother she’d work at the ACLU one-day. Today, she leads Wyoming's first nonprofit program staffed by a full-time immigration attorney.

March 29, 2023 Immigrants' Rights

We the People: Kali Pearson

Kali hopes to commit her legal career to changing policies and laws, bettering government funded programming, and ensuring access to competent legal aid.

July 5, 2022

We the People: Jalissa Fletcher

We the People is a blog series that features the stories of members, supporters, volunteers, and allies of the American Civil Liberties Union of Wyoming. Together we are accomplishing critical work in our state to protect and advance civil liberties across the state and beyond.

August 19, 2020 Capital Punishment

We the People: Pat Kondas

Pat Kondas is a retired university instructor, Red Cross volunteer, and ACLU of Wyoming supporter. Get to know her through our most recent We the People blog.

April 26, 2019 Immigrants' Rights