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What does NLG stand for?

NLG stands for National Lawyers Guild

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PNN The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), in collaboration with the National Lawyers Guild (NLG), the Student Speech Working Group and other organizations, today announced the launch of the Palestine Solidarity Legal Support Initiative, which will help ensure that Palestinian rights activists have the legal support they need to exercise their First Amendment rights and continue speaking and organizing.
He tells a loose story about the paper's political motivations during the time of the Cuban Revolution, the support by Unitarian Universalists and National Lawyers Guild, women prisoners stepping into the writing-ranks, racism, and the last PDI in the mid-70s.
The marches were announced the day after metal barricades surrounding the protest's original home in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan were removed following a request by the New York Civil Liberties Union, the Center for Constitutional Rights and the New York chapter of the National Lawyers Guild.
21—the day after the three-day student action was finally, anticlimactically broken up by an almost surreally restrained group of campus security workers—she sat bleary-blue-eyed, and newly suspended, in the sloppy National Lawyers Guild offices near City Hall.
Westberry and Villa were arrested on suspicion of interfering with a police officer, said Jim Lafferty, executive director of the National Lawyers Guild of Los Angeles, which is representing them in court.