Attorney General Sessions Delivers Remarks at the 2018 DOJ African American History Month Observance Program | OPA

Remarks as prepared for delivery.

Thank you, Richard for that kind introduction.  Thank you for your leadership at the Equal Employment Opportunity Staff.  And thank you to everyone at EEO for helping the Department live up to our ideals and create a positive and inclusive work environment.

I also want to thank Dr. Burnim, Dr. Grigsby, Dr. Taylor, Jonathan Holifield, and Rebecca for today’s panel discussion on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. 

HBCU alumni have made a big impact on this country, and on this Department.

African-American history is something for all Americans to celebrate, because all of us have benefitted from the achievements of African-Americans.

There are some whose names we know well: Rosa Parks, the Tuskegee Airmen, Frederick Douglass, the Foot Soldiers of…

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