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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 

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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!

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At the bedraggled FEC, a clean slate of leaders? The first African-American commissioner? (Center for Public Integrity)

The chairman of the Caucus of African-American Leaders says the caucus was contacted about a noose being hung on the 56th anniversary of the March on Washington.

NH Primary Source: Granite State African American leaders endorse @KamalaHarris  for president #fitn  #nhpolitics  via @jdistaso 

Religious leaders from across central Indiana gathered Wednesday to discuss issues important to the African-American community with the next mayor of Indianapolis.

"...that’s why so many African-Americans, especially African-American women, have been leaders in the pro-life cause.”

@realDonaldTrump  has a particular disdain for African American women, leaders, public figures, and it's seen in the pattern of how he approaches them." - @OMAROSA  #60Mins 


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We are here to honor the extraordinary contributions of African-Americans to every aspect of American Life, History and Culture. From the earliest days of this Nation, African-American Leaders, Pioneers, & Visionaries have uplifted & inspired our Country...

“Because I am a man, it is twice as important that I be standing with women whose reproductive freedoms are at risk today," 2020 candidate Pete Buttigieg says at DNC African American Leaders Summit.

Not one Republican member of the Wisconsin Assembly is black. Yet they saw fit to tell their African American colleagues which black leaders they could honor during Black History Month, deleting Kaepernick for “obvious reasons.” They’re obvious, all right.

Louis Farrakhan calling Jews termites is a virtual call to genocide. The Nazis regularly referred to Jews as roaches and pests who needed to be exterminated. I call on African-American leaders like my close friend to immediately condemn this vile and loathsome attack.

This week, we honored and highlighted the accomplishments of outstanding African-American GOP leaders and trailblazers. Read more here. ⬇️

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.

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Now we learn the Austin bombing victims are relatives of prominent African American community leaders. Why did it take so long to find this out?

Michael Steele, the first African-American RNC chair, confirms to me he was not invited to the RNC’s “trailblazer luncheon” celebrating “the outstanding achievements of African-American Republican leaders”

"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:

Clinton’s shameless race baiting. Trump stays on message – rallies support from African-American leaders. @pastormarkburns  joins #FoxLDT  7pm