Two Black lawmakers in Tennessee were expelled for leading an anti-gun protest on the House floor after the Nashville school shooting, but the white State Rep. who joined them kept her job. They are known as the "Tennessee Three."
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On the heels of the release of the latest American employment numbers, South Carolina Congressman David Scott of Georgia’s 13th Congressional District delivered this week’s “Congressional Black Caucus Message To America.” During his remarks, Rep. Scott noted that “Black unemployment remains double that of White unemployment,” and declared that “Education is the biggest tool to expand […]
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