The Congressional Black Caucus Honors a Civil Rights Legend

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  • 081711 National Terri Sewell
  • 081711 National Sheila Jackson Lee
  • 081711 National Sanford Bishop
  • 081711 National Robert Scott
  • 081711 National Marcia Fudge
  • 081711 National John Lewis
  • 081711 National John Conyers
  • 081711 National Gwen Moore
  • 081711 National GK Butterfield
  • 081711 National Elijah Cummings
  • 081711 National Donna Edwards
  • 081711 National Chaka Fattah
  • 081711 National Bobby Rush
  • 081711 National Bernice Johnson
  • 081711 National Bennie Thompson
  • 081711 National Andre Carson
  • 081711 National Melvin Watt
  • 081711 National Karen Bass
  • 081711 National Edolphus Towns
  • 081711 National Donald Payne
  • 081711 National Danny Davis
  • 081711 National Hansen Clarke
  • 081711 National Gregory Meeks
  • 081711 National Keith Ellison
  • 081711 National Hank Johnson
  • p Rep Barbara Lee California p
  • 081711 National Alcee Hastings
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  • 081711 National William Lacy Clay
  • 081711 National Jesse Jackson jr
  • 081711 National Cedric Richmond
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  • 081711 National Maxine Waters
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  • 081711 National Yvette Clarke

Rep. Sanford Bishop (Georgia)

The overarching message of this memorial to current generations and generations yet unborn should be that Dr. King's achievements helped make our union a more perfect union. Moreover, his achievements are yet working to ensure the promise of our constitution to protect the rights of all Americans. Finally, it is important that this memorial's ultimate impact be to help citizens of the world better understand and embrace the goal of freedom and equality for all mankind.

(Photo: www.bishop.house.gov)

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