The Equal Justice Society on February 18 joined more than a dozen legal and advocacy organizations in urging Congress to disqualify Donald Trump from holding future federal office. Although the Senate failed to convict Trump due to procedural disagreements, Section Three of the 14th Amendment would allow Congress to hold him accountable for inciting the … Continue reading EJS Joins Cross-partisan Coalition Urging Congress to Disqualify Trump from Future Office
The California Department of Education ruled in favor of students with disabilities, declaring that the Sacramento City Unified School District has failed to conduct special education assessments since distance learning began amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
"EJS is concerned that a decision against the ALRB in this case would significantly impede the rights of agricultural workers in California and elsewhere, who are overwhelmingly Latino, to be educated about and organize around issues affecting their health, safety, and well-being," said EJS Legal Director Mona Tawatao. "The case also has implications for the ability of people who have been illegally discriminated against in other sectors of the work force or in their housing to organize and challenge such action."