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Topic - Wade Henderson
Organizers are turning the 50th anniversary celebration of the March on Washington into far more than a history lesson — vowing to use the commemoration to push for voting rights, immigration reform and gay rights, and underscoring just how much the civil rights movement has transformed.
"The Asian American Justice Center is a very important leader of the national civil rights community," said Wade Henderson, president and chief executive of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, a coalition of public interest groups.