Esq. Apprentice has been named by the J.M. Kaplan Fund one of ten winners of the 2017 J.M.K. Innovation Prize, an initiative that invests in early-stage efforts to address pressing social and environmental issues
What if marginalized youth of color--the same youth that are being funneled out of classrooms and into correctional facilities--had access and opportunity to become the legal advocates our communities so desperately need?
"Together we can make the law work for, and not against low-income people."
-Rachel Johnson-Farias, Esq.