Museum leaders officially break ground on Charleston’s International African American Museum later this week. The much-anticipated project will have about $100 million from more than 2,000 donors behind it.
HBCUs are pillars of their communities and serve as a continued examples of African American resilience. These institutions educated many prominent African American leaders including W.E.B. Du Bois, Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, and Phylicia Rashad. #APeoplesJourney
Busy day supporting children! I met with New Jersey Education Association officials and students with Jack and Jill of America, a group producing the next generation of African-American leaders. I am proud to support groups that improve the lives of children every day!
At the bedraggled FEC, a clean slate of leaders? The first African-American commissioner? (Center for Public Integrity)
"...that’s why so many African-Americans, especially African-American women, have been leaders in the pro-life cause.”
Honored incredible not-so-hidden figures at MN #MLKDay including Mae Jemison, 1st African American woman in space, daughters of NASA hero Katherine Johnson& our own Reatha Clark King. As I said, armies of hidden figures voted in 2018 & now our leaders look more like America.
"We refuse to give a big picture to an individual who don't care about our voting rights and seeks to suppress it." African-American leaders held a news conference to protest Pres. Trump's appearance at the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum: