As of March 16, MFJ offices are closed due to coronavirus. MFJ staff continue to work remotely to bring justice to all. Current clients should contact their advocates directly. More information will be forthcoming in the days and weeks ahead.
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MOBILIZATION FOR JUSTICE, formerly MFY Legal Services, offers free legal assistance to low-income New Yorkers throughout New York City to resolve legal problems in the areas of housing; foreclosure; civil, disability and aging rights; bankruptcy, tax, consumer, employment, government benefits, immigration, and kinship care. Through these services we prevent homelessness, help seniors and people with disabilities live independently, stabilize families, maintain and increase income, and address racial disparities.
We mourn the tragic loss of Michelle Go, an Asian American woman who was fatally shoved in front of a subway car at the Times Square station Jan. 15. We send our condolences to Michelle’s family, friends, to the Asian community, and all those who are mourning her. While her death is not currently being …
Today, January 6, marks the one-year anniversary of a dark day in American history, one in which thousands of violent insurrectionists—encouraged by the nation’s Commander in Chief—stormed our nation’s capital in an unprecedented attempt to stop the essential democratic process of the peaceful transfer of power from one president to another. Their actions and the …
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