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We are filing for divorce, but we are still living together. What is our date of separation? 

With the cost of living in San Jose and the Bay Area, many people cannot afford to move out and stay under the same roof while going through divorce. 303 more words

Divorce

Commendations for Julian Aguon

Independence Task Force Commends Attorney Julian Aguon and Office of Attorney General for Arguments in Davis Case

FOR IMMEADIATE RELEASE, SEPTEMBER 2, 2016 – The Independence for Guåhan Task Force commends Attorney Julian Aguon and the Office of Attorney General Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson for their monumental defense of the right of the Native Inhabitants of Guam to determine the island’s future political status in yesterday’s hearing for the Arnold Davis vs. 344 more words

Press Release

The Davis Case

In May, 1906, eighteen residents of Sitka, Alaska testified in a federal school integration case called Davis et al. v. Sitka School Board.

In 1905, Congress had passed the Nelson Act, authorizing funds for public schools in Alaska for white children and children of “mixed blood who lead a civilized life.” Before the Nelson Act, federal funds went to educate Alaskan children “without regard to race,” though in segregated schools. 5,832 more words

Alaska History