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Jones, Van, 1968-

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    • Jones, Anthony, 1968-
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      • WikidataVan Jones Offsite linkLabel from public data source Wikidata
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      • found: LCCN 2008051762: His The green-collar economy, c2008(usage: Van Jones)
      • found:, June 11, 2009(The green-collar economy, about the author: founder and president of Green for All; senior fellow at the Center for American Progress; board member of 1Sky, the Apollo Alliance, and a fellow with the Institute of Noetic Sciences; Yale Law graduate; lives in Oakland)
      • found: Biog. resource center (Contemp. Black biog.), Junr 11, 2009(Van Jones; b. Anthony Jones, 1968, Jackson, Tenn.; Yale Law School, JD, 1993; Bay Area PoliceWatch, founder, 1995; Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, cofounder, 1996; Green For All, founder, 2007)
      • found: Bioneers 2003, c2003:container (Van Jones)
      • found: East Bay Express, via WWW, July 17, 2007(b. 1968; environmental and civil rights activist; founder of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in Oakland, Calif.)
      • found: Beyond the messy truth, 2017:ECIP t.p. (Van Jones) data view (rose to fame as a CNN political contributor and host of the recurring CNN prime-time special The Messy Truth with Van Jones; graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin and Yale Law School; he was a special adviser to the Obama White House; author of two New York Times bestsellers; Jones founded the social-justice accelerator the Dream Corps. He has built and led numerous social-justice and pro-ecology enterprises, including the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Color of Change, and Green For All. He has earned many honors, including the World Economic Forum's "Young Global Leader" designation, Rolling Stone's "12 Leaders Who Get Things Done," Fast Company's "12 Most Creative Minds On Earth," a Webby Special Achievement Award, and Time's "100 Most Influential People in the World." He is the founder and CEO of Magic Labs Media, LLC, which runs Van lives with his family in the LA area)
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      • [Formerly on undifferentiated n 93023673]
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      • 2009-06-11: new
      • 2017-09-12: revised
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