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Racial Justice

The Role of Civil Legal Assistance

By Alan W. Houseman

Racial discrimination continues to be a leading cause of the legal problems that low-income people of color experience. While some legal aid programs engage in very effective race-based advocacy, many more can do so. Programs must strengthen their capacity to engage in racial justice work and explicitly incorporate racial justice advocacy as a key component of their work.

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