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Civil rights leader and U.S. Representative for Georgia's 5th congressional district on organizing 1963's March on Washington as a member of SNCC, and walking on "Bloody Sunday" to protest for Black voting rights.

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The Nation Institute, an offshoot of America’s oldest weekly publication, “The Nation,” is a non-profit media organization that fosters journalistic development. Ingrained with a passion for social justice and civil rights, the Nation Institute publishes its own non-fiction books, hosts an investigative journalism website, and supports reporters with its fellowship programs.

One of the Nation Institute’s most famous alumni is MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, who started off as a fellow after having started off his reporting career in Chicago. Now “The Nation”’s Editor at Large, Hayes recently won an Emmy Award for his series “All In with Chris Hayes” for a special episode, “Fifty Years: the Changing Face of Poverty in America,” and the only cable news show to win that year. 


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