Julianna’s primary project was working with the African Commission for Human and People’s Rights to create a snapshot of where each African nation’s Constitution and case law currently stands in the areas of family life and religious freedom (including Sharia law) that will be used all over Africa by advocates so that they may strategically encourage nations to work together in matters of religious freedom and family law. She also researched and wrote briefs and participated in cases involving religious freedom, hate speech, sexism, and race-relations issues while also working at an orphanage on the weekends.
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