NCLR

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NCLRNational Council of La Raza
NCLRNational Center for Lesbian Rights
NCLRNorth Carolina Literary Review
NCLRNorth Carolina Law Review
NCLRNational Conference of Law Reviews
NCLRNew Criminal Law Review (formerly Buffalo Criminal Law Review)
NCLRNational Council for Learning Resources
NCLRNational Campaign on Labour Rights (India)
NCLRNational Council for Law Reporting (Kenya)
NCLRNorthern California Land Rover Club
NCLRNetherlands Center for Laser Research
NCLRNeuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses Research
NCLRNational Congress for Legal Reform
NCLRNational Coalition for Land Reform
NCLRNational Court of Last Resort
NCLRNigerian Commercial Law Reports
NCLRNational Center for Learning Resources
NCLRNational Certificate for Licensed Retailing (UK)
NCLRNorthern California Loop Race
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Medical students, interns, residents, and attending participants who were present for at least one day of CLR and one day of NCLR were provided with the post-rotation survey in paper format immediately following rounds on their final days of inpatient service.
"This is a complete victory for our plaintiffs and all transgender service members, who are now once again able to serve on equal terms and without the threat of being discharged," Shannon Minter, NCLR's legal director, said in a statement.
NCLR has been standing up on behalf of survivors of conversion therapy for the past 20 years, and in 2014, launched its Born Perfect campaign--marking a commitment to a state-by-state advocacy campaign to end this practice in each state across the country.
My decision to join the NCLR board was also largely influenced by the need I saw to bring a Latina consciousness to the work of LGBT organizations.
"For us, it feels very much like a necessity, not a luxury," Kendell said of NCLR valuing leadership development.
Far from sensing apathy, Kate Kendell, the executive director of NCLR, senses palpable excitement.
(5.) NCLR, Penal Code, 2009 revised ed., Nairobi, Kenya: NCLR with Authority of the Attorney General, 2009.
Prior to joining the Obama Administration, Munoz served as senior vice president for the Office of Research, Advocacy and Legislation at the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the nation's largest Latino civil rights organization.
BBOC is comprised of the National Urban League, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), National Council of La Raza (NCLR), Asian American Justice Center (AAJC) and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).
Obama the other day gave his first speech as president to the annual conference of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the leading Hispanic organization in the US, with a decidedly economic focus and in which he stressed his worry about the debt-ceiling crisis and the lack of a way to legalize the undocumented population.
A highly acclaimed peer-reviewed literature journal, the North Carolina Literary Review (NCLR), makes its home at ECU and the ECU English Department also offers a specific class in North Carolina literature.
America's Future: Latino Child Well-Being in Numbers and Trends, a report from the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) and the Population Reference Bureau, provides analyses of data gathered between 2000 and 2008 and based on 25 factors such as demographics, citizenship, family structure, access to health care, education, and other indicators of Latino child well-being as compared to that of black and white children.