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CLSJ Summer 2014 Newsletter
New York City is home to 3.07 million immigrants, many of whom need immigration legal services for themselves and their families. In fiscal year 2014, the Center for Law and Social Justice received grants totaling $25,000 from the New York City Council to support the Immigration Law Program. The grants required the Center to provide free legal counseling and representation to at least 75 clients, and file at least 35 applications and petitions. Clients were seen on Thursdays from 10:00am to 5:00pm at our 1534 Bedford Avenue office in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.


Our Mission Statement

The Center for Law and Social Justice (CLSJ) is a community-based legal organization that specializes in addressing racial justice issues. CLSJ provides quality legal advocacy, trainings, and research services in a personal manner to people of African descent and the disenfranchised.

Our Vision Statement

The Center for Law and Social Justice's vision is to be a resource for the liberation of African people in order to achieve a world that will equally distribute societies and natures wealth to everyone, such that they are able to realize their highest creative potential and enjoy their cultural, economic, political, and social rights.

To learn more about the work and how you can sustain it, read more (PDF).
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