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From the smallest provisions in employment contracts up to who sits on the U.S. Supreme Court, conservative and corporate interests have rigged our legal system against working people. The bad news is that they have a multi-decade head start; the good news is that we’re building a movement to fight back. Join the People’s Parity Project to be a part of our effort to ensure the law works for the people, not just the wealthy and powerful.

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If your school or community has a PPP chapter, the best way to get involved is to show up! If not, help us get one off the ground.

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TWO DOZEN Chapters & Counting

The heart of PPP is our chapters on law school campuses from Hartford, Connecticut, to St. Louis, Missouri, to San Antonio, Texas and in cities across the country. If PPP has a chapter near you, the best way to get more involved is by showing up! Email us or fill out the form if you're interested in starting a chapter on your campus or in your community.



law school chapters

Student organizers started PPP, and student organizing reamins at the core of what we do. If you don't see your campus listed below, email us or fill out the form below to start a chapter on your campus and begin the work of unf*cking the law. 


Lawyers chapters

PPP recently launched our first lawyers chapters to bring our organizing experience to practicing attorneys and give our graduates opportunities to keep working for change after law school. Our lawyers chapters are leading the fight to unf*ck the law in cities around the country; email us or fill out the form if you're interested in starting a chapter in your community.

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