RESOURCES

Below is a (non-exhaustive) list of resources to help legal folks plug in and self-educate. If you have money, donate to local, grassroots organizations working for social, racial, and economic justice. If you have skills, donate those to local, grassroots organizations working for social, racial, and economic justice. If you feel like you have neither, build your skills (we all have something to contribute!), or support those who do.

Self-Educational Resources

Videos:

City Club Friday Forum “Feminism at the Intersection” 2/3/17

So, you want to be a movement lawyer, now what?

 

Written Materials

White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo

The Movement for Black Lives

Law For Black Lives

Communities of Color Coalition

OPAL- Environmental Justice

Letter to a law student interested in social justice

RED Report on racial disparities in Multnomah County criminal legal system

20 Tools for Movement Lawyering, Law at the Margins

 

Get involved with Organizations in Portland

Northwest Workers Justice Project

Innovation Law Lab

Oregon Law Center

Portland Jobs with Justice

Unite Oregon

Portland Voz

Legal Aid Services of Portland

Sankofa NW

Enlace International

Black Lives Matter – Portland

Showing Up for Racial Justice – Portland (SURJ)

Homeless Youth Law Clinic

Oregon Justice Resource Center

NAACP of Portland

Albina Ministerial Alliance for Justice and Police Reform

Portland Copwatch

List of community advocacy groups

 

In Oregon

CAUSA Oregon

Rural Organizing Project

Disability Rights Oregon

ACLU of Oregon

 

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