“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

We agree with these words of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Institutions discriminate against people based on race, gender identity, sexual orientation, etc. Even after discrimination is brought to the attention of the institution, things often do not change. The complainant can be ignored, dismissed, or discouraged from “making a big deal of it.” The blame is sometimes put on a “bad apple,” who may be fired or disciplined. But institutions need to commit to undoing years of institutional and systemic bias.

As with other injustices in our system, sometimes it takes a lawsuit to make an institution recognize its responsibilities under federal and state laws, or at the very least, compensate people who have been discriminated against. We are committed to doing what it takes to obtain justice for our clients and see real systemic change happen.

To prevail in a discrimination case, you need a legal team that understands discrimination and has the passion for justice required to see your case through to the end. Junga Cha’s passion and experience arises from years of seeking justice for marginalized people. She was recognized by the Washington State Bar Association for “her tireless work protecting and enforcing the civil rights of communities of color.” Our legal team has a long history of obtaining justice for clients who have been the targets of employment discrimination, racial profiling, and other civil rights violations. Contact us to set up a free consultation.

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