Alec Karakatsanis

Equal Justice under Law

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Co-founder of Equal Justice under Law, a nonprofit civil rights organization; former public defender

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Fifty years ago in Selma, Alabama, it was white sheriff's deputies and soldiers brutally attacking civil rights marchers.

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Fifty years ago in Selma, Alabama, it was white sheriff's deputies and soldiers brutally attacking civil rights marchers.

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