MoGo was founded by two Black women lawyers who have dedicated their lives and careers to secure racial equality, social justice, and greater access to quality education.
Everyday at MoGo, we work to make our society better by eliminating barriers to full inclusion of every member of our society due to racism. We recognize that there is racial injustice in all systems in our country: our healthcare, education, legal, political, foster care, and economic systems.
We take direct action to achieve equity in all of these areas.
Community Advocates for Just and Moral Governance (MoGo) promotes good governance. MoGo is committed to engaging in litigation and various forms of advocacy that will make government more just and fully accountable to all people, particularly those who have been marginalized from society.
A legal impact organization brings lawsuits intended to effect societal change. Such litigation is called "impact litigation," and has been widely and successfully used to influence public policy.
Community Advocates for Just and Moral Governance engages in litigation and advocacy that improves government policy, accountability, and transparency.
If you suspect local government representatives are behaving unethically or violating your rights, our team can connect you to community resources as we investigate whether your case represents an opportunity for impact litigation.
Reach out to us if you suspect local government representatives are behaving unethically or violating your rights. Our community liaison will set up a meeting with you.
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