Civil Rights Groups Sue DHS for Document Verifying Government Surveillance

March 19, 2018 Lauren Victoria Burke

On March 19, several civil rights groups filed suit against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to release the contents of the agency’s redacted memo referred to in government documents as the “Race Paper.” The Center for Constitutional Rights along with Color of Change first uncovered the existence of the “Race Paper” after a Freedom

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