We created the ACLU Activity Book for youth to learn about the ACLU, the many heroes who have supported the ACLU’s mission, and some of the landmark court cases that have shaped the history of civil liberties.
We hope that this activity book sparks conversation, inspires you to take action, and to get involved in our democracy. Inside, you will find a variety of resources and activities, word puzzles, coloring pages, profiles in courage, and more.
High school or college-aged student? Looking to become part of the next generation of social justice advocates? The ACLU National Advocacy Institute’s High School Virtual Program brings together a diverse group of high school students (ages 15-18) from across the United States to participate in a week-long, firsthand learning experience. The ACLU National Advocacy Institute’s College and Community Virtual Program prepares college-aged students (ages 18-24) for lifelong engagement in grassroots organizing, policy development, and legal advocacy. You can learn more at: aclu.org/issues/aclu-advocacy-institute