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CRLA Statement Regarding Gun Violence in Half Moon Bay, Monterey Park, and Goshen

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All people deserve to live free of violence. We will continue to fight alongside vulnerable communities to ensure they have access to justice and resources that build community safety and wellbeing.

 

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Welcome CRLA's New Executive Director

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"The Board voted unanimously to place our unconditional trust in Jessica Jewell’s leadership and expect only great things from her stewardship.”

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My Last Ask As Executive Director

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Your year-end gift can create a more just California

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Civil Rights Groups Sue City of Sebastopol for Ordinance Aimed at Displacing Residents Living in Their Vehicles

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ACLU Foundation of Northern California, Disability Rights Advocates, Legal Aid of Sonoma County, and California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. filed suit against the city of Sebastopol for enacting an ordinance that prohibits vehicles “used for human habitation” from parking anywhere within city limits during the day. 

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We stand with Angelenos holding elected officials accountable

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Anti-Indigenous, anti-Black, homophobic, and racist comments are unacceptable.

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San Luis Obispo County Residents Clear Criminal Records with Help from ECHO, People’s Justice Project, California Rural Legal Assistance, San Luis Obispo College of Law, and San Luis Obispo Defenders

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Free clean slate clinic will help eligible homeless residents remove a barrier to accessing housing and employment opportunities.

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Santa Barbara County Residents Clear Criminal Records with Help from People’s Justice Project, California Rural Legal Assistance, UCSB Pre-Law Society and Isla Vista Community Services District

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A free Clean Slate Clinic will take place in Santa Barbara on October 5, 2022, with an information session and sign-ups on September 14, 2022.

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Campaign to Clear Criminal Records in Central Coast Launches in Ventura

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CRLA and pro bono partners help residents remove major barrier to better housing and jobs

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Executive Director Search Now Open to Applicants

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CRLA, Inc. is now accepting applications or nominations for our next executive director via search firm Lindauer.

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Our Advocacy Will Not Be Derailed by Hate

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CRLA stands with LGBTQ+ communities in Stanislaus County and beyond.

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