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Press Releases

Aug 11, 2010

Black Women's Roundtable Meets with Secretary Tom Vilsack

Members of The National Coalition's Black Women’s Roundtable meets with Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Dr. Joe Leonard

Aug 8, 2010

Melanie L. Campbell Receives Woman of Power Award from National Urban League

Ambassador Susan E. Rice, Angela Bassett, Roslyn Brock, and Laila Ali among honorees

Jul 21, 2010

National Coalition Statement on Mistreatment of USDA's Shirley Sherrod

Melanie L. Campbell, president & CEO of The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation issued the following statement regarding the resignation of Ms. Shirley Sherrod, former Georgia State Director for Rural Development at the U.S. Department of Agriculture:

Jul 2, 2010

2010 Spirit of Democracy Awards Gala Pays Tribute to Dr. Dorothy I. Height

Spirit honorees - Congressman Clay, Marc Morial, Makani Themb- Nixon, and Ralph Everett - pay tribute to the grand dame of the civil rights movement

Jun 28, 2010

Spirit of Democracy Awards Gala Pays Tribute to Dr. Dorothy I. Height

Spirit honorees - Congressman Clay, Marc Morial, Makani Themb- Nixon, and Ralph Everett - pay tribute to the grand dame of the civil rights movement

May 28, 2010

The National Coalition Partners with African American Clergy Network for Census Campaign

Final Push for Census Participation Targets Black Community's Hardest to Reach

May 10, 2010

Black Women's Roundtable Statement on President Obama's Nomination for Supreme Court Justice

Melanie L. Campbell issued the following statement on the passing of Dr. Dorothy Irene Height:

May 1, 2010

Congressman William Clay to Receive Spirit of Democracy Award

Other 2010 Spirit Honorees include: Ralph Everett, president and CEO, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies; Tony Gladney, vice president, National Diversity Relations, Harrah's Entertainment, Inc.; Marc Morial, president and CEO, National Urban League; and Makani Themba-Nixon, executive director, The Praxis Project.

Apr 21, 2010

Melanie L. Campbell's remarks on the passing of Dr. Dorothy Height

Melanie L. Campbell issued the following statement on the passing of Dr. Dorothy Irene Height:

Mar 23, 2010

Melanie L. Campbell's Remarks on Healthcare Reform

Congressman William Clay, Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Congressman Al Green join the Unity Diaspora Coalition to kick off 30-day countdown and launch of Census Poster and Social Media Competition

Mar 22, 2010

Melanie L. Campbell's Remarks During March 4 America Rally

Congressman William Clay, Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Congressman Al Green join the Unity Diaspora Coalition to kick off 30-day countdown and launch of Census Poster and Social Media Competition

Mar 3, 2010

African, Caribbean, Afro Latino, and African American Leaders Count Down to National Census Day

Congressman William Clay, Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Congressman Al Green join the Unity Diaspora Coalition to kick off 30-day countdown and launch of Census Poster and Social Media Competition

Jan 13, 2010

Joint Statement on the Use of the Word “Negro” on the 2010 Census Form

Joint Statement of Wade Henderson, Melanie Campbell and Benjamin Jealous on the Use of the Word “Negro” on the 2010 Census Form

Dec 10, 2009

African American Environmental Justice Advocates Appeal to World Leaders to Honor Commitment to Communities Most Impacted by Climate Change

African American leaders and activists are in Copenhagen working to make sure environmental justice and gender are included in any agreements resulting from the tense negotiations

Dec 4, 2009

Women Organize for Inclusion in Upcoming Climate Talks

Several grassroots organizations convene for a roundtable discussion to develop a unified strategy for the UN Climate Change Conference next week

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