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LDF and Civil Rights Groups Urge Court to Find Cranston, Rhode Island Prison-based Gerrymandering Scheme Unconstitutional9/01/16Related Case or Issue:
9/01/16Related Case or Issue:
LDF submitted a comment letter in response to the U.S. Census Bureau’s proposed Residence Rule, strongly urging the Census Bureau to count incarcerated people as residents of their last known, pre-arrest home address to treat them like any other group of people who may be away from their homes on Census Day, but still remain true residents of their communities.
In Baltimore’s AFRO, Ajmel Quereshi Looks at Links Between the DOJ Policing Report and Questions of Transportation and Housing Justice9/01/16
The Track to Ending Two Baltimores
Sherrilyn Ifill in SCOTUSBlog: How Will the Confirmation of a 9th Justice Affect the Future of Diversity in Higher Ed?8/31/16
LDF Joins the Election Protection Coalition in Open Letter to Political Parties Concerning Voter Intimidation8/31/16Related Case or Issue:
As part of the Election Protection Coalition, the largest nonpartisan voter protection coalition led by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, LDF sent an open letter to the leadership of the four political parties with presidential candidates in 2016.