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Advocacy Strategies for Housing for People with Criminal Records

The Shriver Center and the National Housing Law Project hosted a webinar to explore how legal aid attorneys and tenant advocates can use recent HUD guidance to help obtain and maintain housing for people with criminal records. Marie Claire Tran-Leung and Deborah Thrope delved into the technical aspects of HUD’s guidance and included practical advocacy tips for using the guidance to improve tenant screening and eviction policies at the local level. Click here to watch a recording of the webinar.

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A Conversation About Making Justice More Accessible

Miguel Willis
Aurora Martin

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Hacking For Justice: Legal Aid & Tech Collaborations

with Aurora Martin & Miguel Willis

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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 Truth About Marketplace Health Plan Rates

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Advocacy Strategies for Protecting the Fair Housing Rights of People with Criminal Records

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

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