For Families and Children, a Champion for Democracy and “Constructive Disagreements”
By Mark Swartz
When Indivar “Indi” Dutta-Gupta became president and executive director of the 50+-year-old Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) this past June, he inherited “an extraordinarily talented set of teams, including our child care and early education team” from his predecessor Olivia Golden. He also inherited an organization advocating within a nation emerging from the pandemic in upheaval and a Congress unable or unwilling to take sufficiently bold action, not to mention an ever-certain climate crisis. Dorian Warren, co-president of Community Change, had this to say, “Indi’s deep experience working on issues of poverty and unshakeable commitment have made him an invaluable leader in the fight to achieve economic and racial justice.”
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