Category: Lowell Lines

The Repair Work Begins Now →

Coronavirus, Economic Justice, Education, Employment, Health Disparities, Housing, Immigrant Rights, Lowell Lines, Police Accountability, Race and Climate, Racial Justice, Voting Rights
STATEMENT FROM NOVEMBER 7, 2020 Lawyers for Civil Rights has played a critical role over the last four years securing major legal relief, including nation-wide injunctions, against executive actions that would harm people of color and immigrants.  We've also stopped the dismantlement of long-standing federal programs designed to protect people of color and...

State Fails to Send Khmer Vote-By-Mail Applications →

Coronavirus, Lowell Lines, Voting Rights
Civil Rights Organizations Call On Secretary of Commonwealth To Send Khmer-Translated Vote-By-Mail Applications Despite Legal Requirements, And Representations To Supreme Judicial Court, Galvin Fails To Mail Translated Applications Lawyers for Civil Rights and the Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association (CMAA) today called upon Secretary of Commonwealth William Galvin to immediately implement the emergency State...

Drawing District Lines In Lowell: Protecting The Right To Vote For Communities Of Color →

Lowell Lines, Voting Rights
Lowell is changing to a district-based electoral system for City Council and School Committee following the settlement of a federal Voting Rights Act case that alleged that the City’s former electoral system illegally diluted the vote of the City’s communities of color.  District lines will be drawn in Summer 2020...