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What does NCBL stand for?

NCBL stands for National Conference of Black Lawyers (New York, NY)

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have structured the proceedings thematically, with the opening period-based chapters examining slavery, reconstruction, Jim Crow, civil rights, and affirmative action; a second set of organizationally-focused chapters examining the activities of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the National Conference of Black Lawyers, the Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association, and Black Lawyers for Justice; and a final set of papers discussing the institutionally-thematic topics of litigants and law, police, lawyers, interest groups, the court system, the legislative process, and the bureaucracy.
The Jonny Gammage Law was one of the four demands of the National Emergency March for Justice Against Police Brutality in Washington DC, April 3, 1999, endorsed by Amnesty International, the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Center for Constitutional Rights, Greens/Green Party USA, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, National Action Network, National Black Police Association, National Coalition for Police Accountability, National Conference of Black Lawyers, National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights, National Lawyers Guild, Racial Justice Working Group of the National Council of Churches, Southern Organizing Committee for Social and Economic Justice, Women for Justice, and many other organizations.
As an architect of organizations, he led the National Conference of Black Lawyers and the National Lawyers Guild; he was a keystone of the Center for Constitutional Rights, and served as a director, advisor, counsel, or trustee to more than fifty organizations dedicated to social transformation of one kind or another.