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Marian Wright Edelman looks back over three decades of activism on behalf of the nation’s children. Her organization, the Children’s Defense Fund, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and she has written an introduction to a new collection of essays about childhood that has been published to commemorate the milestone.
- Marian Wright Edelman Founder & president of the Children's Defense Fund
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