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Press Release 06.20.24

Karla Campbell Will Bring Critical Experience to the Sixth Circuit

WASHINGTON — Lena Zwarensteyn, senior director of the fair courts program at The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, released the following statement after the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing on several judicial nominees, including the nomination of Karla Campbell to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit:

Uncategorized 06.18.24

140+ Civil Rights, Economic Justice, and Education Organizations Call on President Biden to Promote Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility

WASHINGTON — The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, along with 142 civil rights, education, economic justice, and labor organizations, issued their broadest shared defense of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility amid broad attacks on the gains of the civil rights movement that have helped increase equal opportunity and fairness.

Press Release 06.13.24

Civil Society Organizations Demand Big Tech Protect Voters Against Disinformation

WASHINGTON — The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, along with 13 advocacy organizations, called on top social media and tech corporations — Google, Instagram, Meta, Reddit, Snap Inc., TikTok, Twitch, YouTube, and X — to follow five effective steps to protect U.S. voters and elections against online voting disinformation.

Press Release 06.10.24

60+ National Organizations Urge Senate Judiciary Committee to Address Judicial Ethics Crisis

WASHINGTON — The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, joined by more than 60 national organizations, wrote to members of the Senate Judiciary Committee today urging them to use the full power of the committee to investigate and respond swiftly to the most recent revelations of unethical and deeply troubling behavior by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito.

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