By Leah Nelson, Appleseed Research Director | Leah.Nelson@alabamaappleseed.org PICKENS COUNTY — Sean and Eboni Worsley’s nightmare began with music a police officer found too loud for his liking. It was August 2016, and the Worsleys were on their way east, heading from a visit with Eboni’s folks in Mississippi to surprise Sean’s family in North Carolina. […]
My name is Alex LaGanke, and I am thrilled to be joining Alabama Appleseed as a Legal Fellow. Appleseed is bringing me on to grow our presence in criminal and municipal courts where low-income people lack legal representation. My contribution to Appleseed’s mission will encompass the direct assistance of clients by organizing projects for pro […]
Alabama Appleseed is proud to be a member of the Appleseed network of 18 centers across the United States and Mexico. Collectively our network stands in solidarity with Black voices and Black-led movements mobilizing for change and releases the following statement: America is hurting. The unjust murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and […]
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- Introducing Appleseed Legal Fellow Alex LaGanke June 8, 2020
- Appleseed Network Response to the Murder of George Floyd and the Fight Against Systemic Racial Injustice June 4, 2020
- Appleseed Welcomes 2020 Class of Summer Interns June 1, 2020
- Tuscaloosa’s “Operation Safe Streets” Makes Tuscaloosa More Dangerous for Some May 29, 2020