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Volunteer: Stories of Philanthropy For the Public Good

“When we take on important cases, it’s the principle of the matter that matters,” says Flint Taylor of the People’s Law Office. That’s how Taylor’s organization approached helping achieve reparations for the victims of Chicago police torture. And they did it for free. In this episode of our series on volunteerism, reporter Christopher Johnson looks at pro bono legal aid in the Chicago region.

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