The Los Angeles branch of the California Regional Office of Earthjustice is seeking law students who share a passion for justice and a healthy environment for fall externships in 2017.
President Trump’s recent trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture with black allies in tow, Omarosa Manigault and HUD Secretary nominee Ben Carson, obscures the fact that his policies are poised to set back the very communities he claims to want to help.
Just over a month into its new session, the 115th Congress has already taken a sledgehammer to environmental safeguards that protect people, wildlife and wild lands from pollution and other harms.
Earthjustice’s Washington DC office and Clean Energy Program are seeking full-time Litigation Assistants to provide substantive and administrative support our team of lawyers who are working to preserve our natural heritage, safeguard our health, and promote a clean energy future.
Editor’s Note: This blog was originally published as an op-ed for the Eureka Times-Standard. It was written by Amy Cordalis, the Yurok Tribe’s General Counsel. She is a Yurok Tribal member, life-long fisher and ceremonial practitioner.
If the salmon go, so do the Yurok people. This much we know.