The African Women’s Empowerment Project

Launched in October 2010, the African Women’s Empowerment Project provides vital services to the African immigrant community, the nation’s fastest growing immigrant population.

Clients Served:

The African Women’s Empowerment Project serves clients from over twenty African countries and counting. These cases include:

How You Can Help

Providing holistic, empowering legal representation often requires complementary services, without which the women and girls we serve would be unable to access justice. Your donation will fund services such as:

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Learn More:

Akin Gump Equal Justice Works Fellow Will Focus on African Women, Tahirih Justice Center Newsletter, December 1, 2010
Lindsay Harris wins Sax Prize for Clinical Excellency, Berkeley Law, April 29, 2009
Spotlight: Students Flock to Asylum Clinic, Berkeley Law, October 16, 2008
California Asylum Clinic Brings Rewards for Berkeley Duo, Berkeley Law, June 9, 2008