Affirmative Action Coordinating Center

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Affirmative Action Coordinating Center

History

The AACC was formed in 1979 as a joint project of the National Lawyers Guild, National Conference of Black Lawyers and the Center for Constitutional Rights. Director Gerald Horne was aided by CCR director Marilyn Clement, lawyers Randolph H. McLaughlin and Doris Peterson, and legal worker Claudette Furlonge who serve as AACC board members and advisers.[1]

References

  1. Information Digest, August 8,1980 page 267