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OP-ED: 60 YEARS AFTER MY FATHER STOOD FOR CIVIL RIGHTS, THERE’S STILL WORK TO BE DONE IN D.C. - Bernstein Management News

OP-ED: 60 YEARS AFTER MY FATHER STOOD FOR CIVIL RIGHTS, THERE’S STILL WORK TO BE DONE IN D.C.

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Nearly 60 years ago, Norman Bernstein fought against racial inequality in publicly calling for civil rights laws and fair housing equality. Motivated by the discrimination he experienced as a child of Jewish Russian immigrants, he felt passionate about these issues and stood up for his convictions with courage in many ways. As Norman Bernstein’s 100th birthday approaches in January and amidst a continuing fight for equality and justice, Bernstein Management Corporation CEO, Josh Bernstein, continues his father’s legacy by writing his story in The Washington Post.

Read the Op-Ed to learn more about his story, and how Norman Bernstein’s legacy lives on today: wapo.st/30xRr5A

 

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