Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs
The Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs provides advocacy and representation for underserved individuals. Their mission is to improve social justice and equity in Washington through a combination of litigation services, educational resources for individuals and community members, and influence over policy regarding the justice system. The Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs offers its services to all individuals, but the core focus of the organization is offering assistance to community members who face barriers due to systemic racism. The organization has experts who are equipped to provide assistance in a variety of areas, including housing discrimination and access to housing programs, workforce discrimination and accommodation for disabilities, justice for immigrant residents and criminal justice reform. Individuals can request assistance or representation by completing the intake questionnaire provided on the organization website. Those with questions about available services can contact representatives for the organization.