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In 1996, confronted with growing evidence that civil unrest has injustice at its core, and in the interest of making equal justice a reality for all minorities, NCLE initiated a grass-roots campaign for judicial reform. Carried forward by the commission’s Judicial Reform Coalition in Los Angeles, and led by civil rights activists and attorneys, this campaign has brought together numerous religious, racial and ethnic minorities who have been denied equal treatment by the US judiciary. Their goal is the exposure of abuses and the attainment of lasting reforms.

Throughout the world, NCLE is alerting government and law enforcement officials to the dangers of civil rights abuses and the need to institute and maintain constitutional protections. And the reform measures enacted continue to spread, little by little, ensuring individual rights for all.


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