Public Advocacy Volunteer

Would you like to help the ACLU at public events like rallies and talks, canvassing and public education, or with topical research? If so, please consider volunteering with our Public Advocacy Department.

Public Advocacy volunteers are an integral part of moving the work of the ACLU forward. To learn about how you can volunteer, please fill out your information and we will be back in touch with you.

If you have specific questions about the program, contact

Ask Your State Senator to Support Face Surveillance Regulations

The Special Commission on Facial Recognition, a commission established by the state legislature, released recommendations in 2022 for regulating face surveillance technology. This year, the ACLU of Massachusetts introduced legislation that would make those recommendations law and ensure that face surveillance technology is not used to track ordinary people as we go about our daily lives. 

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Become a Cooperating Attorney

The ACLU of Massachusetts could not pursue its mission without the support and assistance of volunteer attorneys who partner with staff lawyers in cases litigated by the organization.

If you and/or your firm have an interest in learning more about the process of becoming an ACLU of Massachusetts cooperating attorney, please complete this form.