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"In one fell swoop, California lawmakers have disrupted archaic and discriminatory NCAA policies."

https://t.co/J7jZNl56Jv

“The Supreme Court and lower federal courts have an opportunity to return the reach of the crime of child abuse to the deportability ground’s original purpose. Once the flaws of Matter of Soram are rejected, that realignment is possible.”

https://t.co/xeyEbUVxEL

Just published an article on the @HarvardCRCL Amicus blog about the danger of lame-duck power grabs in North Carolina, Wisconsin, and around the country. #ncpol #wipolitics https://t.co/rgeWsb7Lpg

Lexi Butler details how "local control" has become a pervasive buzzword that ignores the real damage done to various communities through the increasingly pervasive use of school district successions to avoid integration. https://t.co/Qgr8ZKQJsF

i sat down with @4noura for @HarvardCRCL to talk about Palestine and movement lawyering in the face of relentless backlash. fellow law students struggling to be both practical and unconstrained in the possibilities we imagine, listen to the episode here: https://t.co/pMMj3GUMcf

For my first podcast ever (!!), @EmmaJanger and I had a chance to talk to @HarvardCRCL about @PeoplesParity and #ReclaimTheCourt.

Give it a listen to learn about how to get involved fighting the conservative takeover of the judiciary!

A new episode of Taking Liberties from @HarvardCRCL is out and has it all! Feat. @EmmaJanger and @andremanuel_ from @PeoplesParity discussing #ReclaimTheCourt, #MeToo, and more. Plus an amazing interview with @mahrohj and @4noura. Listen here: https://t.co/ocDjvxoVkL

📣📣📣@andremanuel_ and I had a great time chatting with @HarvardCRCL this week. Give it a listen if you want to know more about #ReclaimTheCourt or @PeoplesParity (and to hear my podcast debut!) https://t.co/SSPx9tzNEm

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