2021 marks the 40th year of the Moran Center helping young people in their pursuit of justice in the courtroom, access to the classroom, and restoration in the community. Forty years of “doing justice.” Doing justice means STANDING UP. It means SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER. It is a tireless effort to DISMANTLE systems that criminalize, institutionalize, and exclude youth and families so they are not heard and not valued. For forty years, we have been on the forefront of providing disinvested youth and their families with integrated legal and social work services to improve their quality of life at home, at school, and within the community.
Thank you to our sponsors of the Moran Center’s 40th Anniversary celebration!
Renters in Evanston! Take advantage of a new law that allows you to seal past evictions on your record. The School-Based Civil Legal Clinic attorneys can help with the paperwork and processing free of charge. Come to our clinic every Tuesday in October from 1 – 3 p.m. or call for an appointment!
Criminal Records Relief Program
The Moran Center remediates eligible criminal records, removing barriers to employment, housing, and education. Check out this Know Your Rights video with Moran Center Criminal Records Attorney, Ina Silvergleid, co-sponsored by State Representative Edgar Gonzalez, Jr.
Education Advocacy Program
The Moran Center represents Evanston children with special needs in school and advocates for children facing exclusion from school. Check out these special Know Your Rights Trainings!