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The following program was produced by the United States Courts. “The phrase, “Justice for all,” takes a special meaning in the work that we do. Rebecca Caldaro. Manager of Interpreter Services.” “Daniel Nevoa, Court Interpreter.” “I’m Paula Gold, I’m a Staff Interpreter in the District Court.” “I’m Theresa Salazar, Staff Interpreter.” “I am responsible for

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Hello welcome to IF We post new videos biweekly Hit that subscribe button to stay up to date with the latest. Let me quickly begin by saying thank you to all the new subscribers that have joined the channel. If we continue to support one another by subscribing, like I mentioned in the last video

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Soldiers in American Civil War wore variety of uniforms from the standard blue and light blue for the Union to the butternut or gray for the Confederacy but the most exotic type of uniforms that came from the American Civil War was derived from a French regiment of Zouaves and their cousins Chasseurs. Zouaves would

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Now you may have heard of Kwanzaa… that celebration that coincides with Christmas and Hannukah. You may have even been to a Kwanzaa celebration. In the 80s and 90s, Kwanzaa was everywhere. But do you really know what this holiday is about and why it started? Let’s jump back a few decades… In 1965, tensions

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The following program was produced by the United States Courts. Hello, I’m Chris Thomas with the United States Courts. In this edition of Court Shorts, we focus on jury service. Every year some local federal courts host a national open doors to federal courts outreach program. This program introduces high school students and their teachers

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Translator: Ellen Maloney Reviewer: Denise RQ I’ve been thinking about criminal justice reform, and I think you should be too. I’m Dan Satterberg, I’m the Prosecuting Attorney for King County, Washington, I’ve been a prosecutor for 30 years, and this is what I’ve learned: the criminal justice system doesn’t sit on an island all by

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Have you ever wondered how you can find a job with a U.S. employer that will sponsor you for an H1B visa? There’s a way to do that. Watch this video and I’ll tell you more. Hi everybody. In this video, we’ll talk about the process of finding a job in the United States that

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Justice. Without justice where art thou. Justice, everyone thinks it’s someone else’s problem, until it happens to you. The immigrant is not the other, the immigrant is us, and justice applies to all of us. Justice. Knowing the sound of a single door closing, it’s just our failure to act. Justice. Making connections, that’s justice.

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