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Expanding Horizons Internships

ehipicThirty-three EHI students along with many of their parents and job site supervisors participated in the Group A culmination event on July 11. The students’ speeches were impressive and conveyed the importance of this CRF program on the lives of these young people. Special thanks to Lourdes, Nancy, and Niña for putting together a great program and event. It was especially nice to have Board members Bob Stern, Bob Aronoff, Sue Miller, Joe Calabrese, Doug Thompson, Jason Lo, and Jon Gordon assist with the event and interact with students.

2014 Spring Dinner at Beverly Hilton Hotel


On May 13, 2014, Constitutional Rights Foundation honored Mike White, Chairman, President and CEO of DIRECTV with its Bill of Rights Award and Board Member Gail Migdal Title, of Katten Muchin Roseman, with the Lloyd M. Smith Award at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Professor Michael Eric Dyson of Georgetown University and MSNBC Commentator was the Keynote Speaker.   Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa joined us for the event and introduced his good friend Mike White.  More than 570 gathered for this festive evening and close to $1.1 million was raised to support CRF’s educational programs.  Students from Harrison Street Elementary School made a presentation on Project LEAD, a joint program with CRF and the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office.  High school student, Dulce Morales shared her experiences as a CRF Intern and Civics Action Project youth board member.  Fritz Coleman was the Emcee extraordinaire!!


CAP Showcase 2014 at California African American Museum


On Wednesday, May 21, 150 CAP students and their teachers convened at the California African American Museum (CAAM) in Los Angeles to share highlights of their CAP experiences during the 2013–2014 school year. At this interactive event, CAP students had the opportunity to present their CAP issues and the civic actions they completed to address those issues. A very special “Thanks!” to CRF board members Bob Aronoff, Darin Beffa, David DiMeglio, Larry Hutt, Bill Molinski, and Chris Paskach for their participation and support for another successful CAP showcase event. Also, many thanks to CAAM for hosting and promoting this lively event.

Please visit CRF’s Facebook page to see pictures of CAP students engaging their peers, CAP Youth Board members, CRF board members, and special guests Martin Medrano, Field Representative from the 58th State Assembly District and Alex Johnson, Assistant Deputy of Education representing County Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas’ office.

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“This is the first time in all my classes I was able to look at real life problems and learn how to solve them” – CAP student.

Justice James A. Cobey Honors Reception

We would like to treat you and a guest to a special event to thank you for your support and dedication to the youth of
Los Angeles.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014, 4:40pm
Bonaventure Brewing Co. (The Patio)
404 S. Figueroa Street Suite 418A
Los Angeles, CA 90071

The reception is complimentary for our volunteers and one guest.


Opportunities to Engage in Programs

Choose from a variety of programs and contact Sylvia to volunteer.

Committee Meetings

Board Meeting - September 17 at 6:00pm - Seasons 52
Executive Committee - September 19 at 7:30am - CRF
Development Committee - October 2 at 8:30am - O'Melveny & Myers

CRF News

INTA, Street Law and Constitutional Rights Foundation Renew Partnership

The International Trademark Association (INTA) announced in a press release that it has renewed its partnership with Street Law, Inc. and Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF), and will continue to collaborate on the Unreal Campaign through 2014. Click here to read more.

President Obama nominates Michael A. Lawson

CRF congratulates Michael on his nomination by the President to be Representative of the United States on the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization, Department of State, which holds the rank of Ambassador. CRF wishes Michael a speedy Senate confirmation and all the best in his service to the country.

Joel A. Feuer to join UCLA School of Law as Executive Director of the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy

CRF congratulates Joel A. Feuer for taking on leadership of UCLA’s Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy where he will start as Executive Director on September 1, 2013. Joel’s long experience in business law as a partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP ensures that his contributions to the influential Lowell Milken Institute will meaningfully impact the future of business law and policy.

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