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1 L. A. Pub. Int. L.J. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/lapubinl1 and id is 1 raw text is: LOS ANGELES PUBLIC INTEREST LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 1        A Project of Community Partners       2008-2009
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD
LAPILJ  Editor-in-Chief   ............................................................................ 1
SYMPOSIUM
IMMIGRANTS' RIGHTS: FROM GLOBAL TO LOCAL
ESSAY-LAW     AND   ORGANIZING    FROM   THE  PERSPECTIVE   OF
ORGANIZERS: FINDING A SHARED THEORY OF SOCIAL CHANGE
B etty  H ung  ............................................................................................   4
Hung explores some of the tensions in law and organizing from the
perspective of community organizers. Her article suggests that future
analyses of the law and organizing model must examine the triangle of
relationships between community members, organizers, and lawyers from
the perspective of each of these actors.  She concludes by proposing
guidelines to facilitate effective collaboration in law and organizing efforts.
CONVERSATION WITH Two ANTI-TRAFFICKING ADVOCATES
Kathleen C. Kim & Charles Song-reported by Srividya Panchalam .... 31
This article explores cutting edge legal advocacy on behalf of human
trafficking victims in the United States. By engaging in a frank discussion
with two social justice attorneys who have focused their efforts on
providing free legal services to human trafficking victims, the authors
describe the strategies and challenges of anti-trafficking lawyering from a
human rights perspective. The authors explain the various legal and
political tensions that arise when advocating for victims' rights within the
current U.S. anti-trafficking scheme that focuses on immigration
enforcement and criminal prosecution.
iSi SE PUEDE! IMMIGRANT WORKERS AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF
THE LOS ANGELES LABOR AND WORKER CENTER MOVEMENTS
Victor  N arro  .......................................................................................   65
Narro traces the historical development of the workers' rights in Los
Angeles, demonstrating how immigrant workers revitalized labor and were
at the forefront of creating innovative new organizing models, such as
worker centers. Narro evaluates each workers' rights campaign from the

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