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Reflecting on a year of service: Albi Mullai

July 21, 2015

We say farewell to Albi Mullai, who wrapped up his year of service at the PJC yesterday. Albi served as the Development and Administrative Assistant through Lutheran Volunteer Corps. He shares his reflections below. Thank you, Albi!

Dear PJC supporters,

Thank you so much for supporting the Public Justice Center, an organization dear to my heart. I have been working for the PJC for almost a year now and I have a few stories to tell about my experience. First and foremost I would say that the PJC has been the place that has strengthened my confidence and persistence to support the causes that help fight for the lives and working conditions of people who are marginalized. Because I was involved with clients and heard their heartbreaking stories, I came to realize how important for the society an organization such as PJC is. Whether PJC has helped Marylanders get their food stamps or worked with coalition partners to pass the Montgomery County paid sick leave bill, its relentless pursuit for justice, equality before the law and anti-racism work is ingrained in its DNA. PJC is one of the few places that I know of that can transform an individual into a lifelong supporter of citizens who are overlooked by the society. I am humbled and very glad to call PJC the place that has taught me so much about the importance of serving others. That defines our humanity and ultimately makes us better human beings. Please continue supporting the PJC through your time, money or simply spreading  the word about the amazing things that the PJC achieves for our society.

Thank you,

Albi Mullai

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