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Politics, race, class, and sex cannot be separated from the law. As law students, it is our responsibility to understand the intersectionality of the law and these issues and how they invariably affect us all. Our goal is to educate and activate law students to become socially-conscious lawyers in whichever practice area they enter, as well as to keep civil rights at the forefront of their minds. We recognize that structures such as capitalism, White supremacy, Zionism, sexism, queerphobia, Islamophobia, and anti-Semitism as systems of oppression that must be dismantled.  We are anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, and anti-racist and we strive to incorporate these practices into our legal careers. We will work to uplift marginalized voices of all kinds through educational workshops and events. We aspire to serve as a resource for the general law student body to learn about these issues on a local, national, and global level. We pledge to work with organizations who are committed to establishing equal rights for all.