Over the years, our network has recruited and trained thousands of people.
Many have moved up to become leaders of our own network. Others have moved on to replenish and renew the ranks of the rest of the public interest community.
In either case, these activists, organizers, advocates and leaders—what some have called our “activist pipeline”—and the work ethic, strategic approach and commitment to change they embody, are ultimately our most enduring and influential legacy.
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