EJS in Community Spotlight on Monique Morris’ Blog

Monique Morris, the Senior Research Fellow at the Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), mentioned EJS on her blog at moniquewmorris.net/blog. Thank you, Monique!

Monique is an accomplished scholar and advocate (and author!) and an incredible ally.

She featured EJS in her Community Spotlight:

In just seven years, EJS has accomplished a lot to support an infrastructure to sustain a progressive legal and political agenda. A few of EJS’ accomplishments include: partnering with the California Teachers Association and Kaiser Permanente to address unconscious bias, building effective progressive alliances; creating discourse on government as a source for good ; and commissioning a jazz orchestra to chronicle and interpret many of the significant events and people in civil rights history. As a truly creative force in the legal advocacy community, the Equal Justice Society stands out as an organization and Movement worthy of praise.

Please visit Monique’s blog and say hello.

One thought on “EJS in Community Spotlight on Monique Morris’ Blog

  1. Hi Monique, It is Priscilla from NCCD! I’m back at NCCD again. I started today 06-30-08. I would love to see you. I’m pregnant (13 weeks)with our first baby. I’m so excited. You have been on my mind. How are things over at Boalt going for you? Are you still working on another book? How are the kids and you and your husband. I hope all is well. I live out in the Richmond marina in the City of Richmond. If you have a moment to email me please do! polivas@nccd-crc.org and priscilla.olivas@gmail.comOlivas (Aguirre is my middle name) is my married name:)Hope to talk to you soon!

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