How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?

by

Moustafa Bayoumi

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Advocates for Children Term Analysis

A public interest legal organization in New York that fights for equality in the public education system (especially for low-income and immigrant groups), largely through pro bono work.
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Advocates for Children Term Timeline in How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?

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Yasmin
Justice, Activism, and the Future of American Democracy Theme Icon
...his child, and she realizes she can do the same. She soon discovers the organization Advocates for Children , which she immediately contacts. One of their attorneys, Jimmy Yan, enthusiastically takes up her... (full context)
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Faith, Tradition, and Islam Theme Icon
Justice, Activism, and the Future of American Democracy Theme Icon
...researching her case. After taking up her case, Yan first confirms with other attorneys at Advocates for Children that the guarantee of the free exercise of religion in the First Amendment to the... (full context)