EJS calls for a broad vision of justice that explicitly acknowledges the interconnectedness between various issues, struggles, and constituencies. We believe that the separation of progressive activists into isolated “silos” hinders a broader progressive movement. With that in mind, we participate in numerous silo-busting efforts as part of our ongoing commitment to building a Grand Alliance among progressive advocates. Our work in this area includes administering the California Civil Rights Coalition, a statewide community of civil rights organizations, activists, educators, lawyers, and advocates representing a wide range of issues and working as one to create a just and healthy society.
We manage several coalitions and frequently sign on to legal and policy initiatives or join as co-counsel onto cases that relate to broader issues of civil rights, including immigrants’ rights and marriage equality.
Access to Justice
– Lewis v. City of Chicago
– Ashcroft v. Iqbal
– Northwest Austin Municipal Utility District v. Holder
– Arizona v. United States
– Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama, et al. v. Bentley, et al.
– Windsor v. United States of America
– Golinski v. U.S. Office of Personnel Management, et al.
– Cardona v. Shinseki
– Gill v. Office of Personnel Management
– Perry v. Schwarzenegger
– Strauss v. Horton
– In re Marriage Cases
– Wal-Mart v. Dukes
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