Diversity at PHLP

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PHLP is committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive environment for its staff and clients. In our hiring practices, in providing legal services, and in our policy and advocacy work, we value differences that include attributes such as age, race and ethnicity, nationality, immigration status, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, sexual identity, religious beliefs, ability, language, language proficiency, family circumstances, class, income, geographic location, and cultural background. We are committed to fighting institutional racism and fostering racial justice. We know that communities, as well as PHLP as an organization, are healthiest, safest, and strongest when they embrace differences, combat inequalities, and strive for social justice.