IP Clinic Student Murphy Chen’s Artwork Honors Homeless Advocates

IP Clinic student and artist Murphy Chen was selected by the National Homelessness Law Center to exhibit her work at their annual National Forum on the Human Right to Housing. Murphy also was asked to design this year’s Human Right to Housing Award. For 23 years, the NHLC has hosted the award ceremony to honor organizations, leaders, and change makers that work to bring awareness to and advance the solutions to homelessness and poverty. The exhibit and awards ceremony was held at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld on November 16th.

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