Lawsuit: ACLU Tells Black Employee To ‘Keep Quiet’ About Its Own Systemic Racism

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A former employee is taking the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to court, claiming that the nonprofit civil rights group retaliated against him for complaining that there weren’t enough black people in leadership positions.

Robert Jackson, who worked as an associate director for the ACLU, alleges that he was demoted and eventually sacked for highlighting the lack of minorities in the organization’s senior ranks and proposing ways to increase diversity.

In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in New York District Court, Jackson said that the ACLU’s social justice advocacy falls short when concerning internal matters.

“Despite the good the ACLU has done for the black community outside of its walls, it appears that the scope of its stated mission starts and ends there,” the legal complaint states.

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