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Also, the idea that civil rights lawyers need to raise money to support their cases demonstrates the hypocricy of the American social system. They have to struggle for the money needed to make the legal changes the country needs, yet shouldn't need in the first place.
Whoever the are, they understand the need to support the civil rights movement, with funds as well as good wishes. Though their reason for remaining anonymous is not known, it can be seen as a metaphor for how everyone should support it, and anyone can make a difference toward it, through donation or other means.
I wonder who is behind the donation? This is great.
A step forward in the direction of equipping the future for self sufficiency and preparedness as a group. I love this. Let's hope it's an example in other career paths. These sorts of things are needed in our community. How bout we hope it spreads to other organizations to offer more of these scholarships LDF is doing their part, others need to join.. Bravo LDF
Hell yeah, this is a great use of funds!
@Takicha Roundtree This video tells you more about the program and you can share this link with people wishing to apply for the scholarship:
The fund plans to put 50 students through law schools around the country and in return, they commit to eight years of racial justice work. We need more investments that pass it forward and help people come up.