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Joy Reid Sep 13
Senators and speaking after a big ovation at the national town hall. My panel up next!
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Reverend Al Sharpton Sep 13
Honoring dynamic women who have made countless commitments to public service & have impacted change: Rep Stacey Plaskett,Sen Kamala Harris,Tamia Booker,Rep Barbara Lee,Courtney Snowden, & Stef Brown James. Honored to honor them at NANs 2018 action & authority reception.
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Reverend Al Sharpton Sep 14
The Honorable Sheila Jackson Lee presents me with the CBC Chair Leadership Award.
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Tiffany Dena Loftin Sep 14
My fav part of was watching whip and nay nay on stage lol ❤️ my people are the best
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NGP VAN Sep 13
We're so proud to stand with Planned Parenthood ❤️ Add your name to stand with them by opposing Kavanaugh
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U.S. Surgeon General Sep 12
Health is not the same as health care. Let’s focus on the other facets of health: behavior, environment, what’s happening in your community. That’s how we’ll make a difference.
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Sidney Joyner Sep 13
While in D.C. enjoying the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference I graduated from pioneer program through the Washing Bureau of the National Urban League receiving a Certificate in Advocacy.
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Erika Alexander Sep 14
Currently on a panel at discussing the School to Prison Pipeline with Congresswoman Frederica Wilson!
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think.ify Sep 16
Highlight #3: clear message at ‘s Power Lunch to those who talk about “diversity and inclusion” but fail to talk about “shared power”
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Joy Reid Sep 13
Bishop giving the a word this morning
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Melissa Harris-Perry Sep 14
Listen. The hurricane kept me home from but I am just sitting up in drinking tea and trying to detect lies.... must admit... none detected here. Go on and let the truth set some folks free sis.
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think.ify Sep 16
So my highlights of this week’s CBC ALC include: giving us all that 🔥🔥🔥 at the “Stand With Black Women” brunch
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Dreisen Heath Sep 13
Criminal justice reform is a long term fight. “You must be a social justice warrior continually.” with the final gavel.
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Legal Defense Fund Sep 13
The Census count is used draw congressional districts, determine how much Federal funding states or communities may receive. Every decision whether it’s political resprsentation...building a bridge...road. “The Census is the key to everything,” .
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think.ify Sep 16
Wisdom from of , this year’s Community Partner Awardee: “The mandate for black ppl is to avenge the suffering of our ancestors/earn the respect of future generations/& be willing to be transformed in service of the work”
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Joy Reid Sep 13
Some very excited DC high school students got to pose backstage for a pic with two potential future presidents: Senators and at the town hall.
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Wanda L. Scott Sep 16
This Panel at the Congressional Black Caucus Author Pavilion was so empowering! The synergy on stage & in our thoughts was perfect. I will see these sisters again❤
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Reverend Al Sharpton Sep 15
Accepting the CBC Chair Leadership Award, what an honor. @ Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
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Dreisen Heath Sep 13
Incredible, all-star panel @ the moderated by . Message heard today: policing accountability & reform is a systemic, human rights issue, we must approach it as such. It is okay to have moments of anger, but what solutions will you help drive continually?
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