High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Arnold Aronson (March
11, 1911 - February 17, 1998) was a founder of the Leadership
Conference on Civil Rights and served as its executive secretary
from 1950 to 1980. In 1941 he worked with A. Philip Randolph to
pressure President Franklin D. Roosevelt to issue Executive Order
8002, opening jobs in the federal bureaucracy and in the defense
industries to minorities. A close associate of Randolph and Roy
Wilkins, Aronson played an important role planning the 1963 March
on Washington for Jobs and Justice. He was awarded the Presidential
Medal of Freedom in 1988.
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