“What is important for Black History Month is the appreciation of the daring shown by the early pioneers — how they dreamed of building a free and prosperous state during the time of slavery, how they embarked on that dream, and how the dream might be applied in Black communities today.”
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Students spoke with numerous Republican presidential candidates and political figures.
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In some states text messaging is becoming prohibited. Each state has different rules that might impact what Emerson Polling is allowed to use, said Kimball.
Current Emerson students volunteered for Fucillo’s campaign, and alumni him network with politically-connected people.
“Biden and the Democrats must do better if they expect working-class men to turnout in the 2024 election.”
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision will set back economic restitution for Black America.
Alum Lee Schwebel funded the students’ trip to Ohio.
Amaro coordinates the governor’s communications with more than 60 cultural media outlets.