Charity Navigator Awards CAC 4 Out Of 4 Stars

Charity Navigator is America’s premier independent charity evaluator. They help charitable givers make intelligent giving decisions by providing in-depth, objective ratings and analysis of the financial health and accountability & transparency of America’s largest charities. Charity Navigator awarded Constitutional Accountability Center four out of a possible four stars. Receiving four out of a possible four stars indicates that CAC adheres to good governance and other best practices that minimize the chance of unethical activities and consistently executes its mission in a fiscally responsible way. Please click on the logo to review our four star rating issued on April 1, 2021.

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Civil and Human Rights
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RELEASE: CAC Supports the Abolition Amendment

WASHINGTON – Upon the introduction by Oregon U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley and Congresswoman Nikema Williams...
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Corporate Accountability
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RELEASE: Supreme Court Leaves Some Corporations Answerable to Alien Tort Statute

WASHINGTON – Following the Supreme Court’s ruling today in Nestlé USA, Inc. v. John Doe...
By: Elizabeth B. Wydra
Civil and Human Rights
June 17, 2021

RELEASE: In Fulton, Supreme Court Avoids Overruling Longstanding Precedent, While Siding With Religious Organization That Discriminates Against LGBTQ Couples 

WASHINGTON – Following the Supreme Court’s ruling today in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, Constitutional...
By: Elizabeth B. Wydra
Civil and Human Rights
June 22, 2021

#PurpleChairChat: Advancing LGBTQ Rights

To mark Pride month, CAC’s Elizabeth Wydra and National Center for Lesbian Rights’ Legal Director Shannon Minter discuss the ongoing work to...
By: Elizabeth B. Wydra, Shannon Minter
Civil and Human Rights
June 14, 2021

One Year Later: The Impact of Bostock v. Clayton County

Last term, the Supreme Court considered whether Title VII's prohibition on employment discrimination applies to...
By: Becca Damante
Voting Rights and Democracy
June 14, 2021

Indiana Voting By Mail Case Provides SCOTUS With Opportunity to Affirm Scope of Voting Rights Amendments

This week, the Supreme Court will consider whether to hear a case called Tully v. Okeson. ...
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