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The best prosecutors are focusing more on economic protection and opportunity, and especially for the historically underserved such as low-wage workers, people of color and immigrants, writes @_millerjon of @public_rights https://t.co/nt0h4CboWn
For immigrants to receive a fair hearing in US courts, immigration courts must be moved from DOJ to an Article I court system in order to have their hearings not be influenced by politics, writes Alison Peck of @wvulaw https://t.co/0JkBrNNQyo
“If a lot of the hurt in the AAPI community seems unheard, to some extent it’s probably because there weren’t willing listeners on the other end.” Read more in a powerful ACS Blog from ACS Assistant Director of Chapters @ChrisLin412 #AAPIHM #StopAsianHate https://t.co/Zf3K5nezCu
Welcome the next generation of progressive legal leaders with a RT! ACS’s Next Generation Leaders (NGL) are emerging professionals who have demonstrated exceptional skills, ability, and special leadership qualities: https://t.co/0dm4nfzcZe #ACSNextGenLeader https://t.co/9dHRYxcMP9
The Constitution is not an argument against federal legislation for DC statehood. Instead, a const. amend. is being used as a red herring, not unlike how claims of bipartisanship are being used as a red herring to argue against reforming the filibuster. Enough. #DCStatehoodNow
ACS has selected Patrick Berning-O’Neill of @UChicagoLaw as the winner of the 2021 Constance Baker Motley National Student Writing Competition and has selected Paige Britton of @DrexelKline and Megan Hauptman of @YaleLawSch as runners-up https://t.co/NuMSp0GDGU (1/3)
As we closed out #ArabAmericanHeritageMonth last week, read the ACS Blog post on why Arab Americans must be more thoroughly included in American, national discourse by ACS Assistant of Network Communications @_saf155 https://t.co/arsGb8ZWaF
Join ACS tomorrow for a talk on the Constitution’s establishment of a racial caste system & its legacy on the well-being of communities of color, w ACS President @russfeingold, ACS EVP Zinelle October, @TheSaharFathi, Chandra Taylor @selc_org & @ruqaiijah https://t.co/I22vtsRbxV
FYI, it does not take a constitutional amendment for DC to gain statehood. How do we know? Because no other state added to this country has required a constitutional amendment. That's 37 states added and zero constitutional amendments needed. #DCStatehoodNow
Pretty compelling math. https://t.co/I2Cesor9jW
“[A] decision by the court that weakens gun regulations could mix with the court's existing precedents regarding police use of force to form a particularly lethal cocktail for police violence against Black people.” writes ACS Senior Director @cjdurocher https://t.co/07d23vgtei
Join ACS for this year’s Virtual Graduation Ceremony on May 21 with ACS President @russfeingold, @JarrettFocused, @CecileRichards, ACS Board of Directors member David Adeleye, Hon. Luis Felipe Restrepo and more! Register here https://t.co/hFZ7yiiHnt