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Board Member Engages CAP Classroom

On November 12, CRF board member David DiMeglio visited Roosevelt High School (RHS) in Boyle Heights to support the classroom of CAP teacher Carlos Castillo. At this session, David interacted with CAP students as they examined Chicago’s Gang Congregation Ordinance of 1992. This topic is the focus of Lesson 5 of the CAP curriculum and was selected by Mr. Castillo to help his students understand the impact of public policy and the gang injunction currently in effect in their own RHS school-community. The experience was mutually affirming and reinforced the benefit of providing CRF classrooms with the opportunity to interact with legal professionals. It also provides board members with the opportunity to watch a dedicated CRF teacher in action. Please contact Keri Doggett at keri@crf-usa.org to schedule your own visit to a CRF classroom.

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Committee Meetings

Audit Committee
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.
Munger, Tolles & Olson
350 S. Grand Avenue, 50th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071

Board Meeting
Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 5:30 p.m.
CRF Conference Room
601 S. Kingsley Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90005



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ABA Insights on Law and & Society (Winter 2017)

Perspectives: The Only One Way to Celebrate the Fourteenth Amendment: Teach It!
By Marshall Croddy

Teaching the Fourteenth Amendment is crucial if students are to understand our Constitution,
how it has changed over time, and the impact it has had on protections and rights afforded our citizens.
At its inception and through its interpretation by the U.S. Supreme Court, it has fueled both hope and controversy . . .


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