"It's unconstitutional to detain people just because of their language, accent, or color of their skin," says the ACLU.
Ana Suda and Martha Hernandez, American-born Latinas, are suing US Custom and Border Protection (CBP) officers for racial profiling.
They were detained at a gas station convenience store in Havre, Montana, last year, by an officer who asked the women where they were born after hearing them speak Spanish.
Company leadership says loud, sexy, Hispanic employees with ethnic mannerisms are not allowed.
Former employees at Swire Properties filed a lawsuit in August against the company claiming they were fired because there was no place for "Hispanic Emotionalism" at work.
"The fact that we even have to clarify this is proof of how democracy continues to be fractured by people who manipulate and fabricate the truth," said Phillip Picardi, chief content officer for Teen Vogue.
Conservatives on social media doctored a video of Parkland survivor and activist Emma González tearing the U.S. Constitution in half.
The actual image showed González, 17, ripping apart a gun-range target.
The original video was part of a Teen Vogue digital publication, for which González wrote an op-ed.