March 9, 2017 |
Mercury News (San Jose, CA)
We talked to Saver about the scope of the housing crisis: the “bleeding” from the region of service workers and middle class earners, and the disproportionate toll the crisis is taking on Hispanic and African-American families.
Tags: Funding: State & Local | Housing: Affordability | Housing: Eviction
February 14, 2017 |
When Milo Mumgaard, Executive Director for Legal Aid of Nebraska, made his way back to the legal aid world a year and a half ago, he had a very specific thought he wanted to pursue.
Tags: Climate Justice | Disaster Recovery
January 31, 2017 |
New York Magazine
A group of women rushed to the nation’s airports to offer their legal services to those impacted by Trump’s executive order on immigration.
Tags: Asylum | Immigration Process
January 20, 2017 |
Crain’s Chicago Business
One organization that could be on the block is the Legal Services Corporation, which funds legal aid programs across the country.
Tags: Funding: Federal
November 11, 2016 |
To get a more in-depth look, we called Jenifer Rodriguez, Colorado Legal Services' Managing Attorney of the Migrant Farm Worker Division, who specializes in assisting these vulnerable workers.
Tags: Farm and Migrant Workers