BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY: KP Trueblood, chief of staff at the ACLU

BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY: KP Trueblood, chief of staff at the ACLU
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  • KP40) John Marshall Chief Justice of the United States Portrait 1923 Print
  • 1972 Press Photo members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff meet at the Pentagon
  • KP59) Osceola Chief of the Seminole Native American Portrait 1884 Engraving
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What’s a trend going on in the U.S. or abroad that doesn’t get enough attention? “Redistricting — as a truly nonpartisan issue. Politicians on both sides pick their people, instead of people picking their politicians. If we had federal and state maps that made sense, our representatives would look much more like the communities they represent. We’d have more representatives from directly impacted communities at the policymaking table. Because it’s so wonky and so technical, it’s hard to get traction on drawing equitable maps. But it has the potential to unlock so much change — from policing reform, to ending mass incarceration, to ensuring reproductive freedom and voting rights.”

How’s the Trump presidency going? “It’s keeping the ACLU very busy. We’ve sued this president nearly 400 times. We cover the waterfront of civil liberties and civil rights issues, and rarely does a day go by that this administration isn’t attacking our core values. Of course, we will still have work to do no matter who is in office until ‘We the People’ truly means all of us.”

What’s a fun fact that people in Washington might not know about you? “I have a soft spot for logistical nightmares and distance running, which means I’ve done six Ragnar Relay races. They’re 200-mile runs that take place over the course of 24-36 hours with a team of 12 runners packed into a van. It takes a lot of planning and you’re tired and delirious by the time your team crosses the finish line. It really suits my personality.”

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