American Civil Rights Coalition

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American Civil Rights Coalition
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President:Ward Connerly
Year created:1997
Affiliated with:American Civil Rights Institute
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The American Civil Rights Coalition (ACRC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, grassroots organization created by Ward Connerly and Dusty Rhodes in 1997. ACRC is a coordinated national effort to end racial and gender preferences. The organization engages in activities such as initiative campaigns and lobbying to reach their mission. A form to donate online claims that donor support will help "end affirmative action in Missouri, Arizona, and around the nation."[1]


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