June 2019

June 2019 Newsletter

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Do Good: Michigan Migrant Legal Aid advocates for basic human dignity, safe working conditions

Do Good: Michigan Migrant Legal Aid advocates for basic human dignity, safe working conditions Migrant legal aid was featured in Rapid Growth for our advocacy in the community. Read the full story here.

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April 2019 Newsletter

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March 2019 Newsletter

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January 2019 Newsletter

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Slighting the Hands That Feed Us

Our Director’s Michigan Bar Journal Article Explains Need for Better Employment Laws and More Frequent Court Enforcement How Labor Laws Leave Farmworkers in Left Field.  Michigan Bar Journal, November 2016, Employment and Labor Law feature, by  Teresa Hendricks Pitsch.

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MI Drivers License Bill – Amended

What does this mean for Undocumented Farmworkers? If you’re undocumented, you’re still not a “resident” and not required to have a Michigan driver’s license.  You can still drive using a license from these countries.  What changed as of 3/29/17 You now need your home country’s license translated into English, with your photo.  Documented people from […]

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OSHA’s New Safety Standard Excludes Farmworkers

This is incredible.  Farm workers were historically excluded from labor laws enacted in previous eras.  This has been a long and shameful discriminatory past.  But then this happens:  in the year 2016, when we have a chance to include them in labor protections, OSHA says not so fast.  Excluded!

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Hispanic Bar Association of Michigan

The Hispanic Bar Association members celebrated unity and solidarity in its mission to  empower Hispanics.  Attorneys in attendance on the Dinner Cruise and Gala shared memories, stories and plans of  continuing advocacy and service.

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