Equal Justice Center
Rating: 3.67 stars 3 3 reviews
510 South Congress Avenue No 206 Austin TX 78704 USA
The equal justice center's mission is to empower low-income workers, families, and communities so they can achieve fair treatment in the workplace and in the justice system, regardless of their immigration status. Most significant activities consist of legal assistance and advocates for legal and economic fairness for low-income individuals and communities.
Low-income employment program is a civil rights and employment rights program which provides legal assistance to help low-income working men and women to recover their unpaid wages and protect their basic employment rights. Served approximately 600 working people, of which approximately 280 were represented in court and /or administrative proceedings.
deferred action for childhood arrivals (daca) provides relief from the deportation for young people, whose parents are undocumented, who have grown up in the united states. Equal justice center organizes workshops across texas to assist low-income young people in applying for legal relief.
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