Judith Browne Dianis Speaks on Selma Anniversary

Former Skadden Fellow Judith Browne Dianis ('92), co-director of the Advancement Project, was interviewed for an article by Nonprofit Quarterly on the anniversary of the attack by law enforcement on voting rights advocates marching in Selma, Alabama ("50 Years Since Selma: Judith Browne Dianis on the Right to Vote and Changes in Civil Rights Organizing," March 6). "Today, Dianis and her colleagues are still fighting for voting rights, trying, as she put it, 'to make the right to vote as sacred as the right to free speech' — core to our democracy, inalienable, impregnable, and protected against the malevolent actions of some state governments and local government registrars," the article said.