Congressman James Clyburn Endorses Eliot Engel

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NEW YORK — June 14, 2020 — Congressman James Clyburn, the third-ranking Democrat in the House of a Representatives and a civil rights legend, has endorsed Congressman Eliot Engel for reelection. “Let me be blunt: we need leaders in Congress with proven records of standing up for civil and human rights,” said Congressman Clyburn, the House Democratic Whip. “Eliot Engel …

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Engel Statement on the Disproportionate Impact of Coronavirus on Minority Communities

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Yesterday, Engel participated in Energy and Commerce Committee briefing with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) on racial disparities in the current Coronavirus outbreak and pushed for more testing in minority communities WASHINGTON, DC —May 2, 2020 — Congress Eliot Engel offered the following statement after a virtual Energy and Commerce Committee briefing on the impact of coronavirus on minority …

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Weir Only Human: Political Criticism Should be Colorblind BY BOB WEIR

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When the first African-American was elected to thepresidency of the United States one would have thought that race would become a less serious issue for the country to deal with. Au contraire; after only about 18 months in office, accusations of racism rival those of a generation ago when the thought of a black president seemed very remote. It was to be expected that blacks would …

eHeziWeir Only Human: Political Criticism Should be Colorblind BY BOB WEIR