Vanita Gupta

Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

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Vanita Gupta is president and CEO of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. She formerly headed the Civil Rights Division of the Obama Justice Department.

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Civil rights aren't just the province of the Department of Justice. Other parts of the government have offices to deal with related issues, too.

Trump budget would minimize civil rights across federal agencies

Civil rights aren't just the province of the Department of Justice. Other parts of the government have offices to deal with related issues, too.

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