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A special town hall highlighted the need for targeted efforts to support young men of color. BET's Andre Showell spoke with actor Omari Hardwick about the need for initiatives like My Brother's Keeper.
Panelists talk about the importance of nurturing young men of color.
Rep. Frederica Wilson wants to take over Twitter with messages of hope and peace.
Frederica S. Wilson wants to end the reign of Boko Haram.
Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson is continuing to lead a call to remember nearly 300 Nigerian girls who were abducted by terrorist organization Boko Haram.
Lawmakers observe anniversary of Boko Haram abductions.
President Obama hosted 50 African leaders at an historic summit, Rep. Mo Brooks accused Democrats of waging a "war on whites," Rep. James Clyburn is pretty sure Republicans want to impeach the president — and more.
Lawmakers launch Twitter campaign to pressure Nigerian government.
After returning from a recent congressional delegation to Nigeria, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee is demanding that the U.S. pay "immediate attention" to the Islamisc extremist group Boko Haram.
Lawmakers and other leaders on Supreme Court's ruling on Michigan's affirmative action ban.