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EJA Awards two-year $130,000 Veterans’ Rights Fellowship to Kristin Hendriksen at Legal Aid Chicago

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Kristin Hendriksen (Northwestern J.D. 2020), EJA Veterans’ Rights Fellow I am so thankful to Equal Justice America for the amazing opportunity to work with Legal Aid Chicago to ensure veterans …

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Equal Justice America Awards two-year $130,000 Immigration Fellowship to Melissa Pena to work at Detention Facility on Southern Border

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Melissa Pena, University of Michigan (J.D. 2019), EJA Immigration Fellow at Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid I am thankful to Equal Justice America and Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid for …

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Equal Justice America Awards two-year $130,000 Brian Lewinstein Youth Justice Fellowship to Yasmine Tager

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Yasmine Tager, UC Berkeley Law School, JD 2019, Brian Lewinstein Youth Justice EJA Fellow “EDJY [East Bay Community Law Center’s Education, Defense & Justice for Youth Clinic] shaped my experience …

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Equal Justice America Awards two-year $130,000 Immigration Fellowship to Evelyn Zheng at Greater Boston Legal Services

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Evelyn Zheng, Harvard Law School J.D. 2018 ““I am so grateful to Equal Justice America for giving me the opportunity to work towards protecting the rights of some of the …

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EJA Alum Wants You to Know Your Rights

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2015 EJA Fellow Oluchi Ifebi The revision of holding policies after an arrest has been at the forefront of recent national debate. After years of studying current practices, statistics render …

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Impact Report: Washington, DC Immigration Fellowship

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Updates from DC: Kelly Hii’s First Quarter “Every day I am more and more grateful for the opportunity to be a fellow at Ayuda.” DC Immigration Fellowship First Quarter ReportSince …

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2012 Fellow Fights for Civil Rights in Hawaii

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Alumni Update: Wookie Kim November 12, 2018 By Vanessa Giunta “Deciding to move to Hawai‘i to join the ACLU was the single most impactful decision in my life.” Wookie Kim …