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Movement Lawyering..? What’s that?

Published by Madeleine Cochrane
“Movement lawyering – who knows about it?,” asked co-founder of the Community Justice Project (CJP), Meena Jagannath, with a look …
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Between the Lines

Published by Nicolas Aldana
I study the lines on their faces, tracing them in the air in my mind. Lines of stress, confusion, age. …
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Taking America for Granted

Published by Shaiv Kittur
Some people do not realize how lucky they are to live in the United States. There are many negative aspects …
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Two Worlds

Published by Jeremy Carballo Pineda
A simple exchange of words between my mother and I keeps reminding me of how this internship has provided me …
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America, The Great Deceptor

Published by Jeremy Carballo Pineda
“Este es el mejor país en todo el mundo, sin duda…”   The validity of this statement is something that …
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I Could Not Have Been Any More Wrong

Published by Cassandra Appiah-Ofori
For the past few weeks, most of the drastic changes made by the current administration regarding immigration revolved around undocumented …
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Disenfranchised Fourth of Julys

Published by Cristina M. García Ayala
This past week was the first Fourth of July I ever spent in the continental United States–meaning it’s reasonable to …
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Spoilage

Published by Cristina M. García Ayala
It was midway through a trial when the judge’s phone beeped. She would’ve ignored it; we would’ve expected her to …
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