The CBC 2020 National Black Leadership Summit: An Emergency Convening

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The CBC 2020 National Black Leadership Summit: An Emergency Convening DAY 2

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THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!

Thank you for your interest in the CBC 2020 National Black Leadership Summit: An Emergency Convening. Due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we are currently oversubscribed and unable to make further accommodations unless you already RSVP’d for the event. If you are still interested in tuning in to the summit, the event will be live streamed here.

We also want to include you in future! If you would like to be included in outreach directly from the Congressional Black Caucus (and receive any follow-up from this meeting) please be sure to sign up using this link.

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This is a critical time in the life of our the nation and a year of existential threats to the Black community, from the potential continuation of devastating Trump administration policies, to a census cynically designed to undercount our people, to voter suppression efforts in national, state, and local elections. In spite of institutional racism, a resurgence of white supremacist attacks and what should be insurmountable odds, Black people have historically fought back, succeeded and thrived. When we are organized we can overcome whatever obstacles are put in our way. This important summit brings many sectors of our communities together and provides opportunities to join efforts around the country to ensure that 2020 is a year of victory for our people.

The CBC is organizing the National Black Leadership Summit in partnership and solidarity with civil rights, labor, social justice, faith based, professional and student organizations.

Since its establishment in 1971, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) has been committed to using the full Constitutional power, statutory authority, financial resources of the federal government, community leadership, and international standing to ensure Black people have the opportunity to achieve their dreams.

For the program or for more information, please go to: cbc.house.gov/2020Summit

contact: cbc.events@mail.house.gov

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