Michael A. Ayele (a.k.a) W is responsible for the publications of Association for the Advancement of Civil Liberties (AACL): a non-profit organization primarily engaged in the dissemination of public records. The recent publications/written content of the AACL include a wide range of issues, which include but are not limited to [1] the life and death of Jeanne Ann Clery (November 23rd 1966 – April 05th 1986); [2] the decision of Westminster College (Fulton, Missouri) to extend an invitation to then-Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director William Webster on August 29th 1986, approximately 5 (five) months after the April 05th 1986 rape and murder of Jeanne Ann Clery; [3] the decision of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to initiate contact with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on June 11th 1992 about the April 05th 1986 rape and murder of Jeanne Ann Clery; [4] Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972; [5] affirmative and effective consent in healthy sexual relationships; [6] the impact of sexual violence on mental health; [7] the September 12th 2012 suicide of Audrie Taylor Pott; [8] the August 04th 2020 suicide of Catherine Daisy Coleman; [9] the January 30th 2022 suicide of former Miss United States of America (U.S.A) Cheslie Corrinne Kryst; [10] the commemoration of September 10th as World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) by the United States government; [11] the commemoration of the month of May as Mental Health Awareness Month; [12] the commemoration of the month of April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month; [13] the commemoration of the month of March as Women’s History Month; [14] the commemoration of the month of February as Black History Month; [15] the forcible administration of psychotropic drugs in mental asylums and elsewhere; [16] the impact of wiretap on mental health; [17] the defamation and wiretap of Jean Seberg; [18] Kristen Stewart portrayal of Jean Seberg in the 2019 biopic entitled “Seberg;” [19] the induction of Josephine Baker in France’s Pantheon; [20] the defamation complaint filed by Eva Lopez against the New York Police Department (NYPD); [21] the bogus mental illness of “schizophrenia” being extensively linked with Black/African American people after the total and complete discredit of the “drapetomania” diagnosis; [22] the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); [23] the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); [24] Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitations Act; [25] the Prison Rape Elmination Act (PREA)...

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