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Alan J. Stone’s internships included co-chair of the Law Students Civil Rights Research Council, and what became the National Welfare Rights Organization, after going to law school at George Washington University in Washington, DC. He worked as one of the organizers of the Poor People’s March on Washington. After law school Stone went to work as the junior counsel on Senator George McGovern’s U.S. Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. He went on the work on legislation that made School Breakfast, WIC, and Summer Food Service and Child Care Food Program all permanent programs in America. Stone later became a speech writer for President Bill Clinton, and later became Vice-President of Public Affairs at Columbia University.
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Stone, Alan J. and Institute of Child Nutrition, "Alan J. Stone" (2016). Oral History Project (all interviews). 115.