Laboni Hoq

Asian Americans Advancing Justice


Laboni Hoq is litigation director for Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Laboni Hoq on KCRW

The civil rights attorney talks about advocating for immigrants.

Laboni Hoq: A voice for the rights of the undocumented

The civil rights attorney talks about advocating for immigrants.

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