Azadeh Shahshahani, the Legal & Advocacy Director of Project South and Manzoor Cheema, the Southern Regional Organizer, will conduct a movement lawyering workshop. Project South connects movement lawyers with grassroots organizations to advocate for immigrant's rights and defend Muslim communities against state repression. It also collaborates with and supports social justice movements in the Global South. You can read more about Project South and their board and staff here: https://projectsouth.org/legal-advocacy-work/. Lunch provided. Sponsored by Muslim Law Students Association, Professor Barak Richman's Bass Connections project, Human Rights Law Society, Duke Immigrant & Refugee Project, Duke ACLU and Animal Legal Defense Fund chapters, Muslim Students Association's Social Justice Committee, and If/When/How. For more information, please contact Jana Zaidan at email@example.com.
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