Amy Kratz

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Amy Kratz

Amy Kratz received her J.D. from the University of Washington in 1996, and started working the next day at Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. During her nine years there her practice focused on naturalization, asylum, and removal defense. In addition to representing clients, she coordinated NWIRP’s pro-bono referral program, and was legal director there for three years. From 2001 – 2005 she directed the University of Washington Law School Immigration Clinic, where she instructed and supervised law students as they represented detained and non-detained clients in their claims for asylum and other forms of relief from deportation. She now works with Washington Immigration Defense Group, [1]

'70s Anti-Apartheid network

Joe Iosbaker December 5, 2013 ·

This plaque is among my most treasured possessions. Remember Nelson Mandela! Continue the struggle against apartheid in Israel! Victory to the liberation struggles of oppressed nations!


— with Dennis O'Neil, Lester Dragstedt, Lynne Adrian, Tracy Van Quaethem, Carol DeProsse, Richard Berg, Jim Potter, John A. Smith, Daniel Hughes, Mike Ascroft, Bob Hearst, Andrew Harvey, Josef Ignatious Fortier, Amy Kratz, Bob Cotter, Craig Perrin, Mike Price, Michael Turnure, Patrick Kearns, Kris Penniston, Stephanie Weiner, Judith Mentzer, Chris Iosbaker, Joe Burns, Bridgette Sheridan, Prexy Nesbitt, Tomas de Bourgha, Kit Bonson, Brenda Barton, Anne Evens, Juliet Holt Klinger, Michael Harvey, Saed Abu-Hijleh, Chip Young, John Stonebarger, Robin Potter, Barbara Ransby, Keith L. Perry, Mick Kelly, Tom Wilson, Beau Barry, Amy Smith, Lj Yanney, Richard Saks, Bruce Nestor, Hermalee Webb and Bethany McIvor.

Progressive Student Network contact


In 1982 Richard Saks and Amy Kratz were Midwest regional coordinators for Progressive Student Network.