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April is Fair Housing Month! If you think you’ve been a victim of housing discrimination contact the Fair Housing Law Center through their website at fhlaw.org/fair-housing-rights/assessment/ or call their toll free hotline 1-877-725-4472. ... See MoreSee Less

April is Fair Housing Month! If you think you’ve been a victim of housing discrimination contact the Fair Housing Law Center through their website at fhlaw.org/fair-housing-rights/assessment/ or call their toll free hotline 1-877-725-4472.

NLS staff attended a walk yesterday coordinated by VOICe: Victim Outreach Intervention Center during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week in support of crime victims. By attending this event, NLS hopes to raise awareness about the services that we continue to provide for victims of crime in Beaver, Butler, Lawrence and Allegheny counties. ... See MoreSee Less

NLS staff attended a walk yesterday coordinated by VOICe: Victim Outreach Intervention Center during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week in support of crime victims. By attending this event, NLS hopes to raise awareness about the services that we continue to provide for victims of crime in Beaver, Butler, Lawrence and Allegheny counties.Image attachment

Former NLS client Brenda is in DC today to participate in a panel discussion about the importance of legal aid to domestic violence survivors.

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Since 1981, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) has challenged the nation to confront and remove barriers to full justice for all victims of crime. Each year, communities across the country revisit the history of the victims’ rights movement, celebrate the progress made, and recommit to further advancement in the crime victims field. Landmark legislation (including the Violence Against Women Act of 1994 and the Justice for All Act of 2004) has propelled the movement forward, creating a community with a shared hope for change, healing, and resilience. As an organization that works tirelessly to support crime victims through our Victims of Crime program and other legal services, NLS is dedicated to spreading awareness not only this week but during the rest of the year as well. ... See MoreSee Less

Since 1981, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) has challenged the nation to confront and remove barriers to full justice for all victims of crime. Each year, communities across the country revisit the history of the victims’ rights movement, celebrate the progress made, and recommit to further advancement in the crime victims field. Landmark legislation (including the Violence Against Women Act of 1994 and the Justice for All Act of 2004) has propelled the movement forward, creating a community with a shared hope for change, healing, and resilience. As an organization that works tirelessly to support crime victims through our Victims of Crime program and other legal services, NLS is dedicated to spreading awareness not only this week but during the rest of the year as well.
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“[H]ow to get free houses legally by exploiting a loophole in the PA conservator law." That's how Robert Xides' 2016 presentation to real estate investors was billed. @KateGiammarise found him in court this week, tangling with owners of this Northside home https://t.co/3rveWhWSTO

24 hours out, I’m still blown away by this. Working here, and on this, was one of the great privileges of my life. This is more sincere than I’m typically comfortable being on Twitter but I truly don’t give a shit. https://t.co/CIMgQpVneh

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