As many of you know, I am attorney at the Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice (LACLJ). We work to support survivors of domestic and sexual violence. LACLJ has provided legal advocacy to low-income and primarily immigrant and Latino populations in Los Angeles for over 40 years. The organization played a historic role on a range of social justice issues related to racial discrimination, police brutality, school desegregation, and the illegal involuntary sterilization of Latina women. Over time, the agency evolved to focus on direct services and greatly expanded its work for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Today, LACLJ provides family and immigration law services to over 600 clients per year. Over 75% of clients are survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Please help me meet my fundraising goal for the Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice (LACLJ) in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Your donation will help keep families together and secure justice for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault so that they can create their own future for themselves and their children. For more information on LACLJ, please click here.