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American Civil Rights Institute

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American Civil Rights Institute
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Year created:1996
Affiliated with:American Civil Rights Coalition
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The American Civil Rights Institute, or ACRI, is a national organization, founded in 1996, that encourages states to pass legislation that ends racial preferences, and seeks to educate the public on the harms of racial and gender preferences.[1] It was founded by Ward Connerly and Dusty Rhodes, the president of National Review.[1]



On the November 2008 ballot, ACRI sponsored petition drives in up to five states--Arizona, Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma--to place their preferred language before voters.

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