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Project Access

In 2012, Atlas DIY developed the idea of ACCESS lawyering. The premise for Project ACCESS was the realization that the law had strayed too far from the hands and understanding of the individual. We saw that our clients and the immigrant community were aware of laws limiting their activities but knew very little about the laws and regulations put in place for their protection or that could further their life in the U.S. This created an opportunity for exploitation, and many of our clients had their rights abused in different areas of our life. Thus Project ACCESS came into being.

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November 7, 2016
The following are submissions from participants in ATLAS: DIY’s Project ACCESS. In 2012, Atlas DIY developed the idea of ACCESS lawyering. The premise for Project ACCESS was the realization that the law had strayed too far from the hands and...
November 6, 2016
The amazing poster you see above is a submission from Yessica – a participant in ATLAS: DIY’s Project ACCESS. In 2012, Atlas DIY developed the idea of ACCESS lawyering. The premise for Project ACCESS was the realization that the law had strayed...
February 21, 2016
The following is a collage submission from Julia – a participant in ATLAS: DIY’s Project ACCESS. In 2012, Atlas DIY developed the idea of ACCESS lawyering. The premise for Project ACCESS was the realization that the law had strayed too far from...
February 16, 2016
The following is a submission from Isabel – a participant in ATLAS: DIY’s Project ACCESS. In 2012, Atlas DIY developed the idea of ACCESS lawyering. The premise for Project ACCESS was the realization that the law had strayed too far from the...
February 6, 2016
The following is a submission from Gloria – a participant in ATLAS: DIY’s Project ACCESS. In 2012, Atlas DIY developed the idea of ACCESS lawyering. The premise for Project ACCESS was the realization that the law had strayed too far from the...
February 6, 2016
The following is a submission from Matilde – a participant in ATLAS: DIY’s Project ACCESS. In 2012, Atlas DIY developed the idea of ACCESS lawyering. The premise for Project ACCESS was the realization that the law had strayed too far from the...
January 6, 2016
In this article (and corresponding video) Carlos, a formerly undocumented youth turned recent Deferred Action recipient, talks about his passions, his aspirations, and what Deferred Action means to him... My Journey: Currently living...
February 21, 2014
The following is a submission from Tiffany – a participant in ATLAS: DIY’s Project ACCESS. In 2012, Atlas DIY developed the idea of ACCESS lawyering. The premise for Project ACCESS was the realization that the law had strayed too far from the...
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