Director, Immigrants' Rights Project
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Dani Moore joined the Justice Center's Immigrants Legal Assistance Project in 2003. As Director of the Immigrant Rights Project, Dani organizes and conducts training events, helps empower community-based advocates and is the Justice Center’s most visible voice and representative to North Carolina’s burgeoning immigrant population. Prior to coming to the Justice Center, Moore worked with progressive social change groups in North Carolina and Massachusetts, including work in the areas of literacy and popular education, immigrants' rights, economic justice and women's issues. Dani grew up in Tarboro, NC, and earned a B.A. in Economics from Wake Forest University. She also has a Master's degree from Harvard Divinity School, where she studied faith-based efforts to fight poverty and racism.