Members of the Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights

* Over the years, LCCHR’s member groups have included such organizations as: 9 to 5, National Association of Working Women; the American Civil Liberties Union*; the AFL-CIO* (and many of its member unions); AFSCME; the American Federation of Teachers*; the American Friends Service Committee; the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee*; Amnesty InternationalUSA; the Brennan Center for Justice; the Center for Community Change; the Center for Responsible Lending; the Center for Women Policy Studies; the Children’s Defense FundCommon CauseFair VoteFamilies USAFeminist Majority; the Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Action Network; the Human Rights Campaign*; Human Rights FirstLatinoJustice PRLDEF; the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law*; the League of Women Voters*; the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund*; the NAACP*; the NALEO Educational Fund; the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty; the National Committee on Pay Equity; the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.; the National Council of La Raza*; the National Education Association*; the National Immigration Forum; the National Immigration Law Center; the National Lawyers Guild; the National Organization for Women*; the National Urban League*; the National Women’s Law Center*; the National Women’s Political Caucus; the Open Society Policy Center (affiliated with the Open Society Institute); People For the American Way*; Planned ParenthoodProject Vote; the Service Employees International Union*; the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; the Southern Poverty Law CenterUNITE HERE!; the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom; and the YWCA of the USA.

* For a comprehensive list of all LCCHR member groups, click here.

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