Partners in the Fight

 

Street Law
Street Law is practical, participatory education about law, democracy, and human rights. Through its philosophy and programs, Street Law empowers people to transform democratic ideals into citizen action. Each participant gains essential lessons that can be used in life. Through Street Law, young people gain practical knowledge about law, the legal system, and the fundamental principles on which a constitutional democracy is based. Street Law helps students learn important life skills necessary for understanding the community. These skills include: problem-solving, critical thinking, conflict resolution, participation, and communication. Through Street Law's interactive teaching methods, young people become partners in the learning process.

The American Antitrust Institute
The American Antitrust Institute is an independent Washington-based non-profit education, research, and advocacy organization dedicated to the vigorous use of antitrust as a vital component of national competition policy. Founded in 1998, the AAI is a virtual network of experts. Its work product includes research and commentary, public testimony, briefings and conferences, amicus briefs and other interventions, examples of which can be found on their website.

Filmmakers Collaborative
Incorporated in 1988, Filmmakers Collaborative is a non-profit organization started by filmmakers Michal Aviad and Kevin White. Their mission is to generate public awareness and involvement through films and media that address social and environmental issues. Filmmaker's Collaborative produced the documentary film Fair Fight in the Marketplace.

Constitutional Rights Foundation
Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF) is a not-for-profit based in Los Angeles, non-partisan organization with a 42-year history of educating America's young people about their constitutional heritage, our legal system, and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. CRF maintains an extensive catalogue of curricular resources in the areas of law, history, government, and active civic participation. CRF's role in this initiative was primarily the research, writing and, production of one issue of its acclaimed curricular resource, Bill of Rights in Action, on the topic of antitrust for classroom use