Advocates from Greenville-based Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights, visited the Capitol on Thursday, January 9, 2020, and spoke with lawmakers including Senators Derrick T. Simmons and Robert L. Jackson

Advocates from the Greenville-based Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights, who are students from City University of New York Law School, visited the Capitol on Thursday, January 9, 2020, and spoke with lawmakers including Senators Derrick T. Simmons, (left), and Robert L. Jackson, (right).

Standing left to right are: Chaumtol Huq, who is also a professor at the school; Nayeon Kim, Rachel Guffey, Raquel Rosales, Sadaf Hasan and Roxanne Zech.

 

On secord row are: Sonia Badi, Danielle McCoy, Mahum Shabir, Jaribu Hill, Executive Director of Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights, Nerdeen Kiswani and Anthony Hawkins.

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