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With new and unprecedented threats to civil rights on the horizon, we use legal advocacy to empower communities and create policy change.

The Texas Civil Rights Project is committed to

Stop the "show me your papers" law

The Texas Civil Rights Project, representing the Texas Organizing Project Education Fund (TOPEF), began litigation to challenge the recently adopted “show me your papers” law, Senate Bill 4.

At its core, SB4 is an attempt to turn all Texas cities, counties, and university police departments into immigration officers. Learn more about our efforts.

Take Back the Vote

Securing the right to vote has long been a struggle in Texas. The state continues to pass legislation with the intent and effect of discriminating against communities of color, with the ultimate result of disenfranchisement.

Through our Take Back the Vote efforts, TCRP is committed to bringing national awareness to voter suppression efforts and working to build the capacity of grassroots organizers and other advocates in Texas working to make sure every eligible voter can cast a ballot that counts. Learn more about our efforts.

Voices from TCRP
The biggest night in civil rights

Join us for speakers, conversation, and networking with other civil rights activists and advocates at the 27th annual Bill of Rights Dinner on Thursday, November 9, 2017.

 

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