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Environmental Justice Along the Texas Gulf Coast

A billion-dollar harbor bridge proposed for Corpus Christi, Texas, would have bisected historically African American communities and left some residents isolated in a sea of industry. The authors of this month's advocacy story, Erin Gaines of Texas RioGrande Legal Aid and Kelly Haragan of the Environmental Law Clinic at the University of Texas, worked with a community group to file a civil rights complaint about the proposed bridge. Click here to read more about their Title VI complaint and the resulting agreements.

Clearinghouse Articles

A Proposal to Support Enforcing Regulations for the Rule of Law

By Gregory E. Louis

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Legal Services Alchemy: Turning Volume into Impact

with Lee Richardson, Jason Auer, & Kevin De Liban

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Advocacy Stories

Using Civil Rights Laws for Environmental Justice Along the Texas Gulf Coast

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Kenneth Shiotani

Senior Staff Attorney at the National Disability Rights Network

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The Shriver Brief

State Policymakers Battle over Doctrine While Real People Suffer

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Affirmative Litigation

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Protecting the Fair Housing Rights of People with Criminal Records

A National Reentry Week Event with HUD

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Due Process & Public Benefits

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National Law & Policy Dialogues

Equitable Access to Educational Opportunities

How to Move Forward in a “Post-Racial” Society

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