Rights Now! Peer Educator Application

Are you passionate about healthy relationships, racial justice, and feminism? Become a peer educator!

Legal Momentum is recruiting peer educators to support our Rights Now! program. Rights Now! provides peer education about healthy relationships and legal rights to teens and young women in New York City. 

Please click here for a full description of the position.

To apply, please fill out the form below.

Please enter the ZIP code where you live.
What is your age?
What grade are you in? Please enter 13,14,15,16 for college freshman, sophomore, junior, senior.
Please state your race or ethnicity if you choose, for statistical purposes only.
Please enter your gender if you choose, for statistical purposes only.
Please describe why you are interested in this position in 4-6 paragraphs. Please share experiences, skills, or knowledge that make you a strong candidate. What would you like to gain from this experience?

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Helpline Legal Assistance Request Form

Legal Momentum’s Helpline is a most critical resource for women seeking free legal information, assistance and referrals. Our Helpline is equipped to handle a range of issues related to the rights of women and girls, including sexual assault, domestic violence, sex discrimination in education, and sex discrimination in employment (such as sexual harassment and pregnancy/caregiving discrimination). 

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Please describe the issue that you need help with.
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Legal Momentum Condemns Efforts to Curb Civil Rights of Sexual Assault Victims

 This morning, the U.S. Department of Education withdrew its 2011 guidance on responding to sexual violence in schools and replaced it with interim guidance that is less protective for survivors. It is especially troubling that this new guidance was issued just days after the Department of Education received thousands of comments urging it to uphold the 2011 guidance and its protections for student victims of sexual violence.


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