Win $5000 in legal services to combat hate crimes

Win $5000 in legal services to combat hate crimes

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We are devastated by yesterday's events and the rise in crimes against the Asian American community. We are ready to put our money where our hearts lie. 

Do you, or a group you work with, 
provide financial support and/or raise awareness for hate crimes against the Asian American Pacific Islander community, Black Lives Matters organizers, and others?


If so, you should enter our contest to receive up to $5,000 in legal services to help protect freedom of assembly, first amendment rights and to combat hate crimes.

LawChamps is partnering with Hate Is A Virus, the Washington DC Bureau of the National Action Network and others, to provide financial support and raise awareness for hate crimes against the Asian American Pacific Islander community, Black Lives Matters organizers, and others. Our goal is to support and empower activists within their respective communities as the go-to resource for their legal service needs.

We founded our business because we are champions for social reform. Mike Muse, Cofounder of LawChamps and SiriusXM Host, says, "By keeping advocacy at the forefront of my work, LawChamps can provide equitable access to legal representation. This will ultimately alter criminal justice outcomes and create the foundation to end police brutality through accountability on all ends. Activism is hard. I want to do my part to ease the burden of those on the frontlines who are getting, as former Congressman John Lewis famously says, into good trouble.”


We know these are tough times, especially when it comes to raising money.  Jennifer McGlone, President and Co-Founder of LawChamps, says,“LawChamps recognizes that social activists have limited resources to do their work everyday, supporting underrepresented communities. They constantly face legal and physical threat as they fight to advance social justice in America. Lawyers and legal resources are essential to protect social activists and those they serve.”

 

We’re calling on community members and organizations who are in need of assistance to advance or defend their justice work to submit 250-500 words describing their legal need. LawChamps will select three submissions and provide up to $5,000 dollars to subsidize necessary legal fees. 

 

Access the contest at https://www.lawchamps.com/lawchamps-challenge.
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