Atlantic Institute successfully realized the 11th Annual Awards Ceremony & Dialog Dinner entitled by "Human Rights". And people are united around the theme. Moreover, Live Water Marbling (Ebru) art demonstration amused the interest of our friends.
James C. Harrington
Mr. Harrington was teaching at University of Texas Law School for 27 years and continues to teach undergraduate writing courses in civil liberties.
In 1983, Mr. Harrington became Legal Director of the Texas Civil Liberties Union in Austin. There,he also helped organize the evening East Austin pro bono clinic for low-income people.
In 1990, Mr. Harrington founded the Texas Civil Rights Project, a non-profit foundation that promotes social, racial, and economic justice and civil libertyfor low income and poor persons. By the time he retired in March 2016, the Project had grown to a staff of 40 with offices in six Texas locations.
Mr. Harrington has handled a wide array of civil rights cases, some precedent-setting, involving grand jury discrimination, voting rights, free speech and assembly, privacy, racial and ethnic discrimination, and the rights of persons with disabilities.