The ACLU's Criminal Law Reform Project (CLRP) focuses its work on the “front end” of the criminal legal system—from policing to sentencing— seeking to end excessively harsh criminal justice policies that result in mass incarceration, over-criminalization, and racial injustice, and
Brian Remlinger is a 2021-2022 Justice Catalyst/Public Rights Project Joint Fellow harnessing the Michigan Secretary of State’s administrative rulemaking and formal rulemaking powers to standardize election administration across Michigan and increase ballot access for all Michiganders.
The Civil Rights Clinic focuses on the intersection between civil rights and the criminal justice system, shedding light on important but too often-overlooked issues such as unconstitutional prison conditions and police brutality.
Justice Catalyst Partner Government Accountability Project (GAP) is holding a training event entitled “Working with Whistleblowers: A Sunshine Week Training for Public Interest Advocates” on Thursday, March 15, 2018.
The Gender Justice Clinic engages in local, national, and global efforts to address gender-based violence and discrimination. Issues covered include intimate partner violence, sexual assault, gender-based violence in institutional settings, discrimination at work and in the criminal legal system, and
Govern for America develops a pipeline between diverse emerging leaders and the public sector.
The Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law advocates for the civil rights, full inclusion, and equality of adults and children with mental disabilities.
The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law fights for equal justice for all, particularly African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities.
The NYCLU works toward its mission by advocating for all New Yorkers to have equal access to opportunities and the equal ability to participate in government decisions that affect them.
North Star Fund gives grants to community groups fighting for justice.
Public Counsel specializes in delivering pro bono legal services.
Sarah Medina Camiscoli is a 2021-2022 Justice Catalyst Fellow at Public Counsel, collaborating with them to lead the Peer Defense Project at IntegrateNYC, an organization centering an unprecedented intergenerational movement lawyering model that catalyzes youth-led movements for civil rights.
Tavi Unger is a 2017-2018 Justice Catalyst Fellow at the Labor Bureau of the Office of the New York State Attorney General focusing on employee misclassification.
The Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs creates legal, economic, and social equity through litigation, public education, and policy advocacy.