Jonathan Blazer

Jonathan Blazer is an experienced social justice advocate and lawyer. He worked for twelve years in related positions at the ACLU’s national office and at the National Immigration Law Center, supporting legal and policy initiatives to defend and advance the rights of immigrants at the state and local levels, while connecting these efforts to national campaigns.  Jon spent six years as a legal services attorney in Philadelphia, where he specialized in public benefits law and founded the Language Access Project of Community Legal Services. He was also a national coordinator of the American Friends Service Committee’s immigrants’ rights initiative.  Jon is currently based in California. Immediately prior to joining the Four Freedoms Fund, he was a Special Assistant to California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, serving as his immigration advisor.



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