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Commitment to Reconciliation

Hamilton Community Legal Clinic commits to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action and the National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Calls to Justice. We encourage all who visit our site to better understand your place within history and the long-standing history that brings you to reside on the territory you currently occupy. We offer a land acknowledgment as our way to express our gratitude and appreciation to the Indigenous people who have lived and worked on this land from time immemorial. Click below for more information.

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Serpent River Image

Artwork by Isaac Murdoch (bomgiizhik) Serpent River FN

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Advocating against systems that cause poverty & inequality and perpetuate colonialism.

Championing anti-racism, anti-oppression, diversity and inclusion.

For Immediate Release – Press Conference on Police Violence in the Community

Published on: Jul 28, 2022

Press ReleaseFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 28, 2022 PRESS RELEASE Earlier this year, Constable Brian Wren was charged with assault. Police […]

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Encampment Litigation Update

Published on: Apr 7, 2022

The Hamilton Community Legal Clinic continues to advocate to protect the constitutional rights of Hamilton’s unhoused population in the courts […]

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Towards A New Future: Envisioning Electoral Priorities For the Black Community

Published on: Feb 8, 2022

Join us on Feb 28th at 4pm for a panel discussion on the upcoming provincial and municipal elections. This is […]

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Black Justice (Together We Rise) Advisory Committee Application:

Published on: Jan 24, 2022

Despite human rights being protected by federal, provincial and territorial laws, racist and discriminatory stereotypes about people of African Descent […]

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