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BREAKING: The House has passed the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, a police reform bill that would ban chokeholds and eliminate qualified immunity for law enforcement. https://t.co/TYzQlAV20r
In order to build a country that actually upholds the value of justice for all, we must build a new relationship between the police & the communities they serve that is rooted in accountability. This bill is a strong start, and I'm proud to have voted for it. https://t.co/6UU5L6tgEQ
Rep. @anthonygonzalez and I, along with more than 170 other members of Congress, are calling on the State Department to address the troubling human rights abuses taking place under Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. https://t.co/lHsq79ZvEr
Edward Brooke was the first African American elected by popular vote to the U.S. Senate. Prior to serving in the Senate, Brooke was Attorney General of Massachusetts. Throughout his career, Brooke fought for civil rights, including fair and affordable housing and Title IX. https://t.co/UPkatR1wGO
William Harvey Carney was born into slavery and escaped to New Bedford via the Underground Railroad. He joined the 54th Massachusetts Infantry and was the first Black soldier to earn the Medal of Honor for valor in the July 1863 assault on Fort Wagner. https://t.co/egnLoOJyOl
Lewis Hayden was born into slavery and escaped to Boston by way of the Underground Railroad. A prominent activist, Hayden fought tirelessly to protect fugitive slaves & desegregate Boston public schools, & was later elected to the state legislature. https://t.co/c8QwlJcF3C
Thomas Dalton, born in Gloucester in 1794, co-founded the Massachusetts General Colored Association, which joined the New England Anti-Slavery Society to hold abolitionist conventions in the region. He was also a leader in the fight to integrate schools. https://t.co/RmaLu4XCiz
Crispus Attucks was born into slavery in 1723 near Framingham, escaping when he was 27. A laborer and patriot, he was the first American killed in the Revolution when he was shot during the Boston Massacre. He is remembered as a hero of the Revolution. https://t.co/EgZh2wl7qg