African-American Leaders Honor Rep. Donald Payne

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John Lewis (Georgia)

“Any American can be elected to public office, but not everyone can serve with dignity and great respect. Donald Payne, my friend, my brother, enjoyed the admiration of his colleagues because he led by example, and through quiet, determined diplomacy he accomplished a great deal.”

(Photo: Courtesy US House of Representatives/wikicommons)

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