Housing impact litigation by Appleseed centers in Texas, New Jersey, Hawaii, and South Carolina has shielded thousands of families from eviction, discrimination, and unsafe living conditions.
Through impact litigation, South Carolina and Alabama Appleseed centers successfully defeated unconstitutional anti-immigrant legislation (SB20 in South Carolina and HB56 in Alabama) that cut against our commitment to welcoming immigrants under equal protection of the law.
In Nebraska, Washington DC, and New Jersey, Appleseed centers’ litigation ensures charitable healthcare assets serve the public interest and families have the coverage they need without heavy financial burdens.
Through litigation and DOJ civil rights complaints, Appleseed centers in Alabama, Nebraska, and Texasare pushing back against mass incarceration and racial disparities in the criminal and juvenile justice systems.
Appleseed centers in New Jersey and Washington DC use strategic litigation to empower voters and protect the integrity of elections.