Mwamini from Congo

Mwamini shares her poem of what it feels like to be a refugee and finding her place in the United States....

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Josie from El Salvador

KIND client Josie* fled sexual and gender-based violence in El Salvador for safety in the United States. Hear the rap she composed to share her…...

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Alex from El Salvador

Alex had to flee El Salvador due to life-threatening gang violence when he was only 13. Hear his story of how he fought for his…...

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Joshua Meltzer, Munger, Tolles & Olson and Noga Firstenberg, Square, Inc.

Joshua Meltzer of Munger, Tolles & Olson along with Noga Firstenberg from Square, Inc joined forces for the first time to help KIND client Hugo…...

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Ann Wong, Amazon

Ann Gong, Amazon

Ann Gong got involved with KIND through Amazon’s Justice League, a pro bono initiative that enables the Amazon legal department to work with underserved people,…...

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Why Did I Leave El Salvador?

Boy who participated in KIND’s Voices That Matter Most project describes the gang violence and persecution that forced him to flee El Salvador for the…...

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Alexandra Lu, Goodwin

Alexandra Lu, an Associate at the Goodwin law firm, who currently works with a set of high needs siblings. Thank you Alex for your incredible hard work…...

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Lee Popkin, Proskauer Rose LLP

Lee Popkin, Proskauer Rose LLP

KIND speaks to October Pro Bono Attorney of the month, Lee Popkin, Attorney at Law at Proskauer, who shares her experience representing two sisters from…...

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Thomas Yee, Bryan Johnson, and Mitch Hadley, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear LLP

KIND’s New York office is pleased to recognize Thomas Yee, Bryan Johnson, and Mitch Hadley of Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear LLP for our October…...

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