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Arlene Zarembka ’70

box_zarembka_arlene.jpgArlene Zarembka ’70 is the recipient of the ACLU–Eastern Missouri Civil Liberties Champion Award for defending civil liberties and rights through her law practice. Her many awards include the 1998 Clarence Darrow Public Interest Advocate Award, 2008 ACLU–Eastern Missouri Extraordinary Volunteer Service Award, and 2009 Social Justice Hero Award. Zarembka was one of the leaders of the Privacy Rights Education Project/ PROMO from 1987–2006, drafting and advocating for numerous bills involving privacy rights, LGBT rights, reproductive rights, and hate crimes. She is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, ACLU-Eastern Missouri Legal Committee, and Alzheimer’s Association Public Policy Committee. She is a cooperating attorney for ACLU-Eastern Missouri and the National Center for Lesbian Rights. She is author of The Urban Housing Crisis: Social, Economic, and Legal Issues and Proposals (1990) and co-author of To Establish Justice: Citizenship and the Constitution (2004).

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