The 11th Annual Fight for Justice Gala was a huge success. ACRL will continue in its mission and fight to ensure that all citizens rights are respected and protected. Your support is invaluable.
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Free sessions so anyone in need of legal assistance can consult with a competent attorney about their issues free of charge. Whether it be a civil rights issue, a criminal matter, an immigration matter, or an employment matter. Attorneys will answer your questions.
ACRL offers a toll-free hotline for anyone who believes they have been unfairly targeted or searched during travel or have been affected by the executive order on immigration. This hotline has been set up to receive complaints about government No-Fly, Watch Lists, or any adverse action at airports. Let us know if you or anyone you know is either prevented from flying commercial flights, is subject to secondary screening each time you travel, or have general travel complaints, the ACRL wants to help.
You can call the 1-844-CANT-FLY (1-844-226-8359) toll free hotline. We will take your complaint and give you a plan of action to try and remove you from this governmental secret list that has effected so many in the Arab community.
The ACRL held a press conference to address the recent incident involving Mr. Hassan Chokr that took place on December 2, 2022, at Temple Beth El in West Bloomfield, Michigan. The ACRL, Chokr's legal team and his family are requesting for mental health evaluation to address Mr. Chokr's well-being. The ACRL condemns his behavior, requesting for treatment, not a prison cell.
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