Biden’s First 100 Days Crammed With Significant Motion for Civil and Human Rights

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WASHINGTON – – Wade Henderson, Interim President and CEO of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, made the following statement regarding the first 100 days of his tenure in President Biden’s office:

“President Biden has undoubtedly embarked on a new path that could lead to a promising new era for civil and human rights in this country. From meaningful actions related to racial justice, to ending the xenophobic and anti-LGBTQ policies of the previous government, to nominating civil rights activists for key positions and judges reflecting the great diversity of our country, and much more in the first 100 days of President Biden’s office has been filled with significant moves that really bring hope for better days. There is certainly much more critical progress to be made, and we look forward to working closely with the Biden-Harris administration to ensure that America keeps its promise of a just and fair future for all. “

The highlights of the Biden Harris government’s key civil and human rights actions over the first 100 days are here.

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights is a coalition of more than 220 national organizations to promote and protect the rights of all people in the United States. The Leadership Conference works towards an America that is as good as its ideals. More information about the Leadership Conference and its member organizations can be found at


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