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Introducing Dorian Warren as Next CCC President

by Community Change Action | July 11, 2018 4:02 pm

Get to know our next president! Dorian Warren is a grassroots activist, political scientist and media personality who will continue to advance racial, gender and economic justice in the Center for Community Change’s 50th anniversary year.

Read the press release here: http://communitychangeaction.org/page/center-for-community-change-announces-dorian-warren-as-next-president/

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