Next year's 50th anniversary of the start of President Lyndon Johnson's signature program has sparked nonprofit efforts to shape debate on social programs for the vulnerable.
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Paul Schmitz, CEO of Public Allies, a national group that trains community leaders, said he would leave when a successor is found.
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Organizers of the group's annual conference gathered recordings of their favorite, most innovative, and most influential presentations.
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