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Photos & History: SRLP From 2002 to Today!

So much to do and so much to celebrate! Here is a brief history of our victories, not to mention all of the community events, daily legal services, and collaboration with our partners and allies! 2002 SRLP began as a one-person fellowship project at the Urban Justice Center. 2003 SRLP wins victory in Doe v. Bell, establishing […]

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SRLP Celebrates Philly Activists’ Work to Stop Deportations and End Criminalization

Today in Philadelphia, Mayor Michael Nutter signed an executive order that limits cooperation between the Philadelphia Police Department and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The law prevents Philadelphia police from being able to detain immigrants for transfer to federal facilities without a court warrant. Congratulations to the Philadelphia Family Unity Network (PFUN), a coalition of immigrants, activists, and […]

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Jueves 4/17: Orientación para miembros nuevos seguido por un taller “Conoce Tus Derechos”!

¿Lo sabías? El N.Y.P.D. le envia huellas digitales al Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas. Significa que comunidades de inmigrantes, que ya son vulnerables a vigilancia policial, ahora son aún más susceptibles a estar puestos en autos de deportación. Aprendemos junt@s para resistir junt@s! Aprende tus derechos para proteger tus familias, tus comunidades, y […]

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SRLP Presents at Philly Trans Health Conference!

SRLP Prisoner Justice Project director Alisha Williams and former SRLP staff member Chase Strangio will be presenting today at the Philly Trans Health Conference! Their workshop, Transgender Injustice: Police Encounters and Incarceration, A Know Your Rights Workshop runs from 2:20 to 3:40 in room 102A.  Check it out! To find out more information click here!

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Know Your Rights: Protect Yourself at Work

Transgender Employees in New York Discrimination against transgender people in employment is still widespread, making it harder for us to keep jobs and have enough money to live. Laws now protect people from this kind of discrimination in New York. The details of the laws are here. Some examples of acts that can be discrimination […]

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