Black Lives Matter, Not Black Friday: Day 3

Critical Race Theory: What's Really Going On? with civil rights attorneys Ashlee Albies and Juan Chavez. Activity provided by Omnivore.

J. Ashlee Albies has been practicing civil rights and employee-side employment law for 16 years. She has devoted her legal career to advocating for clients who have been harmed by discrimination, retaliation, or unfair treatment by an employer or by the government. Ashlee has a long history of civil rights advocacy — working to use the legal system and her legal knowledge to advance human rights. She has served as a legal observer with the National Lawyers Guild (NLG) and represents community groups and individuals seeking to hold police accountable. She also helped organize legal seminars for prisoners and the Life Without Parole Storytelling Project at Oregon State Penitentiary in 2019. She regularly offers community education and continuing legal education seminars on the First Amendment, free speech, creative uses of the law, trial advocacy, and civil rights litigation.
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