AFRICAN AMERICANS

AFRICAN AMERICANS

Addresses

Elaine Massacre Memorial Dedication Ceremony: Brian Miller, E10 [8JA]

I Have a Dream (excerpt): Martin Luther King, Jr., E49 [16JA]

State of the Union: President Trump, S850–S855 [4FE], H759–H763 [4FE]

Amendments

Coins: mint coins in commemoration of Negro Leagues baseball establishment anniversary (S. 2321), S1608, S1613 [5MR]

Crime: specify lynching as a hate crime (H.R. 35), S2738 [4JN]

Dept. of Education: reauthorize mandatory funding programs for historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions (H.R. 2486), consideration of Senate amendment (H. Res. 891), H1612 [11MR]

Articles and editorials

I Cannot Remain Silent—Our Fellow Citizens Are Not the Enemy, and Must Never Become So, S2725 [4JN]

In Union There Is Strength, S2726 [4JN]

This Moment Cries Out for Us To Confront Race in America, S2870 [10JN]

Why Have I Lost Control?, S2653 [2JN]

Youth Tobacco Use Legislation Would Have Unintended Life-or-Death Consequences for Black Tobacco Users, H1236 [27FE]

Bills and resolutions

Alabama Black Belt National Heritage Area: establish (see S. 3363), S1219 [27FE] (see H.R. 5989), H1250 [27FE]

Ali, Muhammad: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (see H.R. 5955), H1190 [25FE]

Armed Forces: award a Congressional Gold Medal collectively to the Buffalo Soldier regiments, authorized by Congress in 1866, in recognition of their superior, dedicated, and vital service (see H.R. 6022), H1422 [28FE]

Army: tribute to Women’s Army Corps 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion and celebration of Black History Month (see H. Res. 867), H1225 [26FE]

Black History Month: observance (see S. Res. 516), S1220 [27FE] (see H. Res. 869), H1251 [27FE]

Black Maternal Health Week: designate (see H. Res. 926), H1894 [17AP]

Bronzeville-Black Metropolis National Heritage Area: establish (see H.R. 5990), H1250 [27FE]

Capitol Building and Grounds: authorize use of the rotunda for a ceremony to present statue of Mary McLeod Bethune for placement in National Statuary Hall (see H. Con. Res. 94), H1423 [28FE]

——— remove all statues of individuals who voluntarily served the Confederated States of America from display in National Statuary Hall (see S. 3957), S2957 [12JN] (see H.R. 7217), H2396 [15JN]

——— replace bust of Roger B. Taney in Old Supreme Court Chamber of the U.S. Capitol with a bust of Thurgood Marshall (see S. 3863), S2649 [2JN] (see H.R. 6131), H1553 [9MR]

Committee on the Library (Joint): obtain a statue of Harriet Tubman to display in the U.S. Capitol National Statuary Hall (see S. 3423), S1672 [10MR]

Courts: eliminate defense of qualified immunity and restore certain other rights to hold police officers and jurisdictions accountable for violations of civilians’ constitutional rights (see H.R. 7115), H2367 [4JN]

——— recognize inequities in qualified immunity doctrine as applied to law enforcement officers, that it rests on a mistaken interpretation, and that Congress should act to eliminate qualified immunity defense (see S. Res. 602), S2649 [2JN]

——— remove defense of qualified immunity in any action by State or local officials, including police officers, that violates legal and constitutionally secured rights (see H.R. 7085), H2366 [4JN]

COVID–19 Racial and Ethnic Disparities Task Force: establish (see S. 3721), S2422 [13MY] (see H.R. 6763), H1984 [8MY]

Dept. of Defense: change the name of any military installation or property named after any individual who took up arms against the U.S. during the U.S. Civil War or anyone who supported such efforts (see H.R. 7164), H2388 [11JN]

——— establish Ronald V. Dellums Memorial Fellowship for Women of Color in STEAM fields (see H.R. 5922), H1164 [18FE]

——— include questions regarding racism, anti-Semitism, and supremacism in workplace surveys (see H.R. 7126), H2376 [8JN]

——— require pilot programs in connection with Senior ROTC units at historically Black colleges and universities and minority institutions (see S. 3953), S2932 [11JN] (see H.R. 7157), H2387 [11JN]

Dept. of Education: award grants to carry out educational programs that include history of peoples of African descent, institution of slavery, U.S. expansion, and economical and cultural impact (see H.R. 6902), H2260 [15MY]

——— establish competitive grants to empower community colleges and minority-serving institutions to become incubators for infant and toddler child care talent, training, campus and community access (see S. 3168), S93 [8JA]

——— expand Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program to provide scholarships to students from underrepresented populations pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) degrees (see H.R. 5784), H935 [6FE]

——— reauthorize mandatory funding programs for historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions (H.R. 2486), consideration of Senate amendment (see H. Res. 891), H1586 [10MR]

Dept. of HHS: improve data collection on maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity (see H.R. 6165), H1586 [10MR]

——— improve maternal mental and behavioral health outcomes with particular focus on minority women (see H.R. 6143), H1554 [9MR]

——— provide grants and guidance to grow and diversify the perinatal workforce (see H.R. 6164), H1586 [10MR]

Dept. of Labor: urge labor unions and businesses to recruit, hire, and train unemployed young African American men to rebuild infrastructure, technology and computer networks, and energy distribution systems (see H.R. 5748), H752 [3FE]

Dept. of the Treasury: establish Microbusiness Assistance Fund to provide direct funding to small microbusinesses (see S. 3787), S2552 [20MY] (see H.R. 6949), H2270 [19MY]

Depts. of Commerce and Education: provide support to institutions of higher education to ensure students with greatest financial need can access high-speed Internet and essential equipment (see S. 3701), S2379 [12MY] (see H.R. 6814), H1991 [12MY]

Discrimination: prohibit discrimination based on an individual’s texture or style of hair (see S. 3167), S93 [8JA]

District of Columbia: recognize cultural and historical significance of anniversary of emancipation and celebrate attaining number of cosponsors needed for passage of D.C. Statehood legislation (see H. Res. 929), H1894 [17AP]

Education: create equity offices in State and local education agencies to encourage programs to improve diversity in advanced placement and gifted and talented academic programs (see H.R. 6107), H1535 [5MR]

FEMA: establish Office of Equal Rights and Community Inclusion (see S. 3658), S2324 [7MY]

Floyd, George: call for justice relative to death (see S. Res. 613), S2878 [10JN] (see H. Res. 1007), H2397 [15JN]

George Henry White Post Office Building, Middle Township, NJ: designate (see H.R. 7230), H2396 [15JN]

Government: promote diversity and inclusion in Federal workforce (see H.R. 6240), H1668 [12MR]

Greensboro, NC: recognize significance of Greensboro Four Woolworth lunch counter sit-in (see H. Res. 816), H633 [28JA]

Hazel M. Johnson Environmental Justice Month: designate (see H. Res. 846), H1046 [11FE]

Health: establish or expand programs to improve health equity relative to coronavirus and reduce or eliminate inequities in prevalence and health outcomes (see S. 3877), S2696 [3JN] (see H.R. 7077), H2363 [1JN]

——— improve prevention, detection, and treatment modalities for African-American women with cardio-vascular disease and diabetes (see H. Res. 873), H1251 [27FE]

Housing: acknowledge history and lasting impact of the Federal Government-created problem of redlining and responsibility of the Federal Government to address such impact (see H. Res. 829), H765 [4FE]

Johnson, Katherine C. Goble: tribute (see S. Res. 519), S1220 [27FE]

Jones, Nathaniel R.: tribute (see S. Res. 517), S1220 [27FE]

Juneteenth Independence Day: designate (see S. Res. 620), S2973 [15JN]

——— observance (see H. Res. 1001), H2397 [15JN]

Law enforcement: condemn all acts of police brutality, racial profiling, and use of excessive and militarized force (see H. Res. 988), H2363 [1JN]

——— hold accountable for misconduct in court, improve transparency through data collection, and reform police training and policies (see S. 3912), S2762 [8JN] (see H.R. 7120), H2375 [8JN]

Malcolm X: recognize legacy as a civil rights leader and need to reopen investigation into assassination (see H. Res. 863), H1190 [25FE]

Mary Ann Shadd Cary Post Office, Wilmington, DE: designate (see H.R. 5972), H1224 [26FE]

Miller, Doris: award Medal of Honor posthumously (see H.R. 5549), H12 [7JA]

Minorities: establish a scholarship program to diversify the national security workforce through partnership with historically black colleges and universities and other minority institutions (see H.R. 7198), H2395 [15JN]

——— improve health of minority individuals (see H.R. 6637), H1964 [28AP]

Monuments and memorials: prohibit destruction of civil rights memorials (see H.R. 6026), H1422 [28FE]

National Commission on Modernizing Military Installation Designations: establish (see H.R. 7155), H2387 [11JN]

National Minority Health Month: support goals and ideals (see S. Res. 591), S2552 [20MY] (see H. Res. 918), H1882 [10AP] (see H. Res. 924), H1888 [14AP]

National Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Day: designate (see H. Res. 883), H1470 [3MR]

Public demonstrations: express that order must be immediately restored to U.S. cities so that citizens may have peace and the legitimate grievances of peaceful protestors may be heard and considered (see S. Res. 601), S2649 [2JN]

Racial relations: declare unconditional war on racism and invidious discrimination and establish cabinet-level Dept. of Reconciliation charged with eliminating racism and invidious discrimination (see H. Res. 992), H2367 [4JN]

——— recognize racism as a national crisis and the need for a truth and reconciliation process (see H. Res. 990), H2367 [4JN]

Redding, Louis L.: tribute (see S. Con. Res. 37), S1220 [27FE] (see H. Con. Res. 93), H1423 [28FE]

Revels, Hiram R.: tribute (see S. Res. 508), S1219 [27FE]

Scipio A. Jones Post Office, Little Rock, AR: permit display of a portrait of Scipio A. Jones (see S. 3187), S193 [14JA]

Tubman, Harriet: mint coins in commemoration of bicentennial of birth (see H.R. 5873), H1124 [12FE]

Tuskegee Airman Lieutenant Colonel Robert J. Friend Memorial Post Office Building, Irvine, CA: designate (see H.R. 5711), H712 [29JA]

U.S. Commission on Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation: establish (see H. Con. Res. 100), H2367 [4JN]

White, George H.: issue a commemorative postage stamp (see H.R. 5847), H1045 [11FE]

Women: end preventable maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity and close disparities in maternal health outcomes (see S. 3424), S1672 [10MR] (see H.R. 6142), H1554 [9MR]

——— improve maternal health outcomes, especially for underserved populations, through investments in technology (see H.R. 6138), H1554 [9MR]

——— make investments in community-based organizations and other initiatives to prevent maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity, especially for African-American women (see H.R. 6144), H1554 [9MR]

Woodie Rucker-Hughes Post Office Building, Riverside, CA: designate (see H.R. 5983), H1224 [26FE]

Essays

What Black History Month Means to Me: JyMir Starks, E237 [28FE]

——— Trenton B. Townes, E232 [28FE], E245 [2MR]

Factsheets

Big Tobacco Has No Problem Targeting African American Communities—But Congress Should Have a Problem With It: Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund (organization), H1266 [28FE]

Letters

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Homeland Security Partnerships Act: Representative Bennie G. Thompson, Committee on Homeland Security (House), H982 [10FE]

——— Representative Velazquez, Committee on Small Business (House), H982 [10FE]

Letter from Birmingham, AL, City Jail: Martin Luther King, Jr., S3000–S3004 [16JN]

Notices

Estimated budget effects of H.R. 35, Antilynching Act, H1223 [26FE]

Proclamations

In Remembrance of the Life of George Floyd: Representative Al Green, E527 [11JN]

Remarks in House

Alabama: Tuskegee Airmen Day observance, E261 [4MR]

Ali, Muhammad: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (H.R. 5955), E206 [25FE]

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.: anniversary, H249 [15JA], E17 [9JA]

Atlantic City, NJ: anniversary of Atlantic City Bacharach Giants (baseball team), H1465 [3MR]

Black Clergy of Philadelphia and Vicinity (organization): tribute to incoming president and cabinet officers, E61 [21JA]

Black History Month: observance, H757 [4FE], H775 [5FE], H980, H1001 [10FE], H1020, H1021, H1023 [11FE], H1119–H1121 [12FE], H1143 [13FE], H1195 [26FE], H1233 [27FE], H1255, H1256, H1290 [28FE], E86 [27JA], E123 [4FE], E172 [12FE], E185, E188, E189 [14FE], E226, E227, E228, E229 [27FE], E256, E257, E258 [4MR]

Cap May Court House, NJ: anniversary of John Wesley United Methodist Church, H1522 [5MR]

Chicago, IL: anniversary of Austin Peoples Action Center, E449 [15MY]

Civil rights: anniversary of voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery, AL, H1196 [26FE]

——— continuing struggle between law enforcement and African Americans, H2285, H2290, H2315 [27MY], H2325, H2354 [28MY], E507 [1JN]

Coins: mint coins in commemoration of Negro Leagues baseball establishment anniversary (H.R. 4104), H1465 [3MR]

Commission To Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans: establish (H.R. 40), H1005, H1007 [10FE], H1214 [26FE]

Constitutional amendments: anniversary of ratification of the 15th amendment prohibiting the government from denying a citizen the right to vote based on race, H1003–H1009 [10FE]

Crime: specify lynching as a hate crime (H.R. 35), H1194, H1197–H1203, H1214, H1219 [26FE], E239 [2MR]

Dept. of Education: reauthorize mandatory funding programs for historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions (H.R. 2486), consideration of Senate amendment (H. Res. 891), H1599–H1613 [11MR]

Dept. of Homeland Security: strengthen partnerships with historically Black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions (H.R. 1494), H981–H983 [10FE], E194 [21FE]

Economy: impact of unequal distribution of wealth and income on African Americans, H1117 [12FE]

Florida: decision to place statue of Mary McLeod Bethune in the U.S. Capitol National Statuary Hall, H1144 [13FE]

Gary, IN: tribute to Gary Frontiers Service Club, Inc., Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Breakfast honorees and officers, E9 [8JA]

Government: promote diversity and inclusion in Federal workforce (H.R. 6240), E314 [12MR]

Greensboro, NC: recognize significance of Greensboro Four Woolworth lunch counter sit-in (H. Res. 816), H572, H579 [28JA]

Groveland, FL: dedication of Groveland Four Monument, E191 [18FE]

Haley, Teresa: NAACP Activist of the Year award recipient, H1256 [28FE]

Hazel M. Johnson Environmental Justice Month: designate (H. Res. 846), H1038 [11FE]

Health: address racial disparities in coronavirus related deaths in communities of color, H2354 [28MY]

House of Representatives: moment of silence for Katherine C. Goble Johnson, H1241 [27FE]

Houston, TX: tribute to Jack Yates High School, H75 [9JA]

Martin Luther King, Jr., Day: observance, H245, H251, H252, H276 [15JA], E9 [8JA], E48 [16JA]

Memphis, TN: tribute to mural by artist Jamond Bullock that honors students who integrated Bruce Elementary School in 1961, E66 [24JA]

Miller, Doris: award Medal of Honor posthumously (H.R. 5549), H757 [4FE], E7 [7JA]

Minneapolis, MN: call for investigation into death of George Floyd, H2285 [27MY], H2354, H2357 [28MY]

Minorities: improve health of minority individuals (H.R. 6637), E403 [28AP]

Music and dance: anniversary of ‘‘Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing’’, H1038 [11FE]

National Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Day: designate (H. Res. 883), H1447 [3MR]

Pennsylvania: tribute to NAACP leaders in the 4th Congressional District, H1256 [28FE]

Philadelphia, PA: impact of Mercy-Douglass Hospital School of Nursing on integration of Pennsylvania health care system, H1291 [28FE]

Phillips County, AR: dedication of memorial to victims of Elaine massacre honoring African Americans killed during racial violence, E10 [8JA]

Positive Community (publication): anniversary, H856 [6FE], E85 [27JA]

Rayville, LA: tribute to preservation of Eula D. Britton School, H1591 [11MR]

San Diego (CA) Voice & Viewpoint: anniversary, H941 [7FE], E153 [7FE]

Scipio A. Jones Post Office, Little Rock, AR: permit display of a portrait of Scipio A. Jones (H.R. 3317), H831, H832 [5FE]

Selma, AL: commemorate anniversary of Bloody Sunday and the role it played in ensuring passage of the Voting Rights Act, E296 [11MR]

Silver Spring, MD: anniversary of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Montgomery County Alumnae Chapter, H1562 [10MR]

Texas Southern University: tribute, E194 [21FE]

Trump, President: evaluation of administration relative to women and minorities, H859 [6FE]

Virginia: tribute to 4th Congressional District Black History Month essay contest winners, E232, E237 [28FE], E244 [2MR]

Voting Rights Act: impact, H1005–H1007 [10FE]

Women: end preventable maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity and close disparities in maternal health outcomes, H1650 [11MR]

——— end preventable maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity and close disparities in maternal health outcomes (H.R. 6142), H1595 [11MR]

——— make investments in community-based organizations and other initiatives to prevent maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity, especially for African-American women (H.R. 6144), H1595 [11MR]

Remarks in Senate

Alabama: Tuskegee Airmen Day observance, S1592 [5MR]

Black History Month: observance, S1065 [13FE], S1096 [24FE], S1126, S1143 [25FE], S1169 [27FE]

——— observance (S. Res. 516), S1236 [27FE]

Capitol Building and Grounds: moment of silence in Emancipation Hall for African Americans killed in officer-involved incidents, S2703 [4JN]

Civil rights: anniversary of voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery, AL, S1278 [3MR]

——— continuing struggle between law enforcement and African Americans, S2623, S2628–S2630 [1JN], S2635–S2640, S2642–S2645, S2652–S2656 [2JN], S2660, S2664, S2667, S2682–S2684 [3JN], S2718, S2720 [4JN], S2748–S2751, S2757, S2759–S2761 [8JN], S2775, S2787, S2791 [9JN], S2855, S2857, S2868, S2871 [10JN], S2903–S2905, S2914 [11JN], S3005 [16JN]

——— review and reform discriminatory laws and commit to racial reconciliation efforts, S3005 [16JN]

Clotilda (vessel): discovery of wreckage of slave ship (S. Res. 315), S1235 [27FE]

Coins: mint coins in commemoration of Negro Leagues baseball establishment anniversary (S. 2321), S1169 [27FE], S1612 [5MR]

Courts: recognize inequities in qualified immunity doctrine as applied to law enforcement officers, that it rests on a mistaken interpretation, and that Congress should act to eliminate qualified immunity defense (S. Res. 602), S2706 [4JN], S2761 [8JN]

Crime: specify lynching as a hate crime (H.R. 35), S2715–S2718 [4JN], S2990 [16JN]

——— specify lynching as a hate crime (H.R. 35), unanimous-consent request, S2715, S2717 [4JN]

Dallas, TX: tribute to local government officials and community leaders for participation in discussion to address restoration of community trust in law enforcement, S2962 [15JN]

Dept. of HHS: place coronavirus testing facilities in rural areas and make testing available to underserved population, S1871 [20MR]

Dept. of Justice: conduct pattern and practice investigation of Minneapolis, MN, Police Dept., in order to address and reform unlawful policing tactics, S2644 [2JN]

——— reinstate pattern and practice investigations of police departments in order to address and reform unlawful policing tactics, S2643 [2JN], S2705–S2707 [4JN]

District of Columbia: condemn use of force against peaceful protesters, S2637, S2641, S2643 [2JN], S2664, S2667, S2672, S2683 [3JN], S2704, S2725 [4JN], S2775 [9JN]

Emancipation National Historic Trail: designate (H.R. 434), S163 [13JA]

Floyd, George: call for justice relative to death (S. Res. 613), S2863, S2864 [10JN]

——— call for justice relative to death (S. Res. 613), unanimous-consent request, S2864 [10JN]

Harriet Tubman Day: observance, S1653 [10MR]

Health: address racial disparities in coronavirus related deaths in communities of color, S2904 [11JN], S3004 [16JN]

——— address racial disparities in receiving health care in communities of color, S1127 [25FE]

Housing: address affordable housing crisis, S1248 [2MR]

Johnson, Katherine C. Goble: tribute (S. Res. 519), S1236 [27FE]

Jones, Mattie F.: Louisville, KY, Mayor’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Freedom Award recipient, S850 [4FE]

Jones, Nathaniel R.: tribute (S. Res. 517), S1236 [27FE], S1661 [10MR]

Juneteenth Independence Day: designate (S. Res. 620), S2979 [15JN]

King, Martin Luther, Jr.: importance of letter from Birmingham, AL, City Jail on justice and social change, S3004 [16JN]

Law enforcement: eliminate racial, religious, or other discriminatory profiling, S2988 [16JN]

——— eliminate racial, religious, or other discriminatory profiling (S. 2355), S2683 [3JN]

——— hold accountable for misconduct in court, improve transparency through data collection, and reform police training and policies (H.R. 7120), S2864, S2865 [10JN]

——— hold accountable for misconduct in court, improve transparency through data collection, and reform police training and policies (H.R. 7120), unanimous-consent request, S2864 [10JN]

——— hold accountable for misconduct in court, improve transparency through data collection, and reform police training and policies (S. 3912), S2749, S2757 [8JN], S2771, S2790, S2795 [9JN], S2841, S2853–S2855, S2861, S2871 [10JN], S2902, S2904, S2914 [11JN], S2960 [15JN], S2983, S2986–S2991, S2996 [16JN]

——— reform practices, S2760 [8JN], S2787 [9JN], S2857 [10JN]

Martin Luther King, Jr., Day: anniversary of New Hampshire celebration, S241 [15JA]

——— observance, S241 [15JA], S271 [16JA]

McGee, Charles E.: authorize honorary promotion to brigadier general in the Air Force, S1592 [5MR]

Medicaid: reduce maternal mortality by extending duration of coverage after women give birth, improving obstetric case management, and providing training to clinicians to better care for women of color (S. 916), unanimous-consent request, S1130, S1131 [25FE]

——— reduce maternal mortality by extending duration of coverage for women after they give birth, improving obstetric case management, and providing training to clinicians to better care for women of color (S. 916), S1127, S1129–S1132 [25FE]

Minneapolis, MN: call for investigation into death of George Floyd, S2623–S2627 [1JN], S2644 [2JN], S2666 [3JN]

National Minority Health Month: support goals and ideals (S. Res. 591), S2559 [20MY]

Ogden, UT: commend peaceful protests over death of George Floyd, S2686 [3JN]

Public demonstrations: express that constitutional rights of protesters must be protected, condemn violent and unlawful rioting behavior, and condemn President Trump for use of force against peaceful protesters, S2645, S2646 [2JN], S2661 [3JN]

——— express that constitutional rights of protesters must be protected, condemn violent and unlawful rioting behavior, and condemn President Trump for use of force against peaceful protesters, unanimous-consent request, S2646 [2JN]

——— express that order must be immediately restored to U.S. cities so that citizens may have peace and the legitimate grievances of peaceful protestors may be heard and considered (S. Res. 601), S2646 [2JN]

——— express that order must be immediately restored to U.S. cities so that citizens may have peace and the legitimate grievances of peaceful protestors may be heard and considered (S. Res. 601), unanimous-consent request, S2646 [2JN]

——— protests over death of George Floyd, S2623–S2630 [1JN], S2635–S2640, S2642, S2652–S2656 [2JN], S2664–S2668, S2674–S2677, S2682–S2684, S2688–S2690 [3JN], S2703, S2718, S2720 [4JN], S2747–S2751, S2757, S2759 [8JN], S2772, S2775 [9JN], S2903, S2914 [11JN], S2959 [15JN]

Racial relations: recognize racism as a national crisis, S2791 [9JN]

——— recognize racism as a national crisis and the need for a truth and reconciliation process, S2785 [9JN]

Revels, Hiram R.: tribute (S. Res. 508), S1175 [27FE]

Selma, AL: commemorate anniversary of Bloody Sunday and the role it played in ensuring passage of the Voting Rights Act, S1285 [3MR], S1623 [9MR]

Trump, President: characterization of comments relative to Buffalo, NY, protest, S2842 [10JN]

——— evaluation of administration relative to protests over death of George Floyd, S2625 [1JN], S2666 [3JN], S2704 [4JN]

Tulsa, OK: anniversary of Tulsa Race Riot, S2759 [8JN]

Voting: protect rights of African Americans by increasing access and boosting registration, education, and election participation and eliminating discriminatory barriers, S1143 [25FE]

Women: improve maternal outcomes for African-American women and reduce racial disparities in infant mortality, S1127 [25FE], S2904 [11JN]

Reports filed

Consideration of Senate Amendment to H.R. 2486, Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources for Education (FUTURE) Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 891) (H. Rept. 116–415), H1586 [10MR]

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Homeland Security Partnerships Act: Committee on Homeland Security (House) (H.R. 1494) (H. Rept. 116–393), H934 [6FE]

Julius Rosenwald and the Rosenwald Schools Act: Committee on Natural Resources (House) (H.R. 3250) (H. Rept. 116–431), H2387 [11JN]

Permit Display of a Portrait of Scipio A. Jones at the Scipio A. Jones Post Office, Little Rock, AR: Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (Senate) (H.R. 3317), S1738 [12MR]

Texts of

H. Res. 891, consideration of Senate amendment to H.R. 2486, Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources for Education (FUTURE) Act, H1599 [11MR]

H.R. 35, Antilynching Act, H1197 [26FE]

H.R. 1494, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Homeland Security Partnerships Act, H981 [10FE]

H.R. 3317, permit display of a portrait of Scipio A. Jones at Scipio A. Jones Post Office, Little Rock, AR, H831 [5FE]

S. 2321, Negro Leagues Baseball Centennial Commemorative Coin Act, S1613 [5MR]

S. Con. Res. 37, tribute to Louis L. Redding, S1234 [27FE]

S. Res. 508, tribute to Hiram R. Revels, S1226 [27FE]

S. Res. 516, Black History Month, S1231 [27FE]

S. Res. 517, tribute to Nathaniel R. Jones, S1232 [27FE]

S. Res. 519, tribute to Katherine C. Goble Johnson, S1233 [27FE]

S. Res. 591, support goals and ideals of National Minority Health Month, S2555 [20MY]

S. Res. 601, express that order must be immediately restored to U.S. cities so that citizens may have peace and the legitimate grievances of peaceful protestors may be heard and considered, S2651 [2JN]

S. Res. 602, recognize inequities in qualified immunity doctrine as applied to law enforcement officers, that it rests on a mistaken interpretation, and that Congress should act to eliminate qualified immunity defense, S2651 [2JN]

S. Res. 613, call for justice relative to death of George Floyd and oppose calls to defund police, S2879 [10JN]

S. Res. 620, Juneteenth Independence Day, S2976 [15JN]

Tributes

King, Martin Luther, Jr., H304 [16JA]