Workers for human rights visit with local lawmakers in state capitol

By STAFF REPORTS,

Law students with the Greenville-based Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights visited the Capitol on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, to view the legislative process and speak one on one with some lawmakers. Standing left to right are: Nicole De Los Santos, Ayah Zahi, Janice Craig, Daniel Cirin, state Sen. Robert L.

 
 
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