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Oral history interview with Julie Clark, conducted by Don Saunders (2002-10-02)
Oral history interview of Julie Clark (NLADA) by Don Saunders.
Oral history interview with Lois Wood
Memo to OEO Campaign Staff about Poor People's Campaign Demands, May 3, 1968
In the spring of 1968, the Poor People's Campaign submitted a list of demands to the Office of Economic Opportunity. Key demands included participation of citizens, especially from low income communities, in OEO's policy ...
Don't I Need a Lawyer?
(Constitution Project, The, 2015)
For more than a decade, The Constitution Project National Right to Counsel Committee (“Committee”) has examined the state of indigent defense in our country, determined to assist governments in realizing the promise of ...
Oral history interview with Thomas Keith
Growth of legal services and anti-poverty work in the 1960s; anti-war movement, lawsuit by the legal clinic at the University of Alabama against the State of Alabama welfare system (legal clinic obtained proof the State ...
Evidentiary Rulings by the Tribunal
Compiled by defense counsel from the official record of the Tribunal to better understand the Tribunal's procedures.