Montano a Panelist for Hate Crime Program

ALRP’s Ana Montano attended the inauguration of the International Law Enforcement Academy of El Salvador’s First Hate Crime Training Course in San Salvador.

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Ting Cuts Through Red Tape for Carlos

ALRP client Carlos was living in a homeless shelter and grappling with serious HIV-related health issues when ALRP referred him to Panel attorney Ting Chen. A Mexican citizen, Carlos had applied for asylum through the San Francisco Asylum Office in 2002 because he had been a victim of anti-gay violence in Mexico.

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AIDS Walk 2014

THANKS to all our wonderful ALRP Legal Eagles who helped us raise over $21,000 at AIDS Walk 2014 to support ALRP programs. Check out these great photos…

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ALRP Launches HIV50+ Project

a community partnership developed especially for people with HIV over 50 years of age.ALRP-HIV50+ Logo. Read more…

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Overcoming the Odds to Stay in the U.S.

Carlos was wearing a monitoring anklet and living in fear of being deported to El Salvador when he first met ALRP Panel attorney Jim Diamond—but thanks to Jim’s hard work, now Carlos can live in the United States without fear of deportation and without monitoring.

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Landlord Drops Illegal Rent Increase

Thomas moved into a shared apartment in the Mission District four years ago. His roommate Michael had already lived there for several years. Thomas made certain that he had the landlord’s permission to move in, and even paid his rent directly to her. Everything was going well until Michael moved out, leaving Thomas as the only tenant.

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Major Donor Party 2014

ALRP celebrated our supporters on May 21 at Sinbad’s on Pier 2. We were proud to honor Karl Christiansen with the 2014 James C. Hormel Philanthropist Award and the Eviction Defense Collaborative with the 2014 Community Partner Award.

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Crossing New Borders to Help Our Clients

Jobs early on in your career often shape your impression of the related field at large – for better or for worse. Luckily for ALRP and our clients, Mary Bosworth’s journey led to her becoming a dedicated immigration attorney enthusiastic about improving our clients’ lives. Before law school Mary worked at the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), a refugee resettlement agency that placed Mary on the frontlines of protecting vulnerable individuals.

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ALRP Endorses #Not1more Campaign

As Obama Administration nears 2 million deportations, groups across US say “Not One More,” urge White House action

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ALRP Joins National Give OUT Day

Show support of the LGBTQ community and ALRP by making a donation on May 15

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