2005 Barbara Nachtrieb Armstrong Award for Outstanding Advocacy on Behalf of Social Justice for Women

May 2006
Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice;2006, Vol. 21, preceding p1
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the 2005 Barbara Nachtrieb Armstrong Award for Outstanding Advocacy on Behalf of Social Justice for Women created by the "Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice." The award is open to all people who demonstrate outstanding advocacy on behalf of social justice for women and underrepresented genders. Its recipient is chosen by the membership of the journal. The 2005 award recipient is Alex Lee of the Transgender, Gender Variant, and lntersex Justice Project.


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