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Virginia Legislative Black Caucus Condemns Gun Violence Remarks
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Hampton Delta Foundation to Present Debutantes
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BY VIRGINIA LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS RICHMOND, Va. - The
Virginia Legislative Black Caucus today adamantly condemned the remarks made by Del. Freitas on recently on the House Floor.
The speech went well
beyond the traditional bounds of a conversation on gun violence prevention. The words sparked anger, as they were marked by the most divisive racial undertones heard on the floor in years.
language laced with racial dog whistles and statements that painted inner cities and minority communities and the issues they face as the major reason for gun violence," said Delegate Lamont Bagby. "Citing,
family structure, and a litany of other stereotypes as the main cause for gun deaths,
the sentiments invoked more than just guns. As the chair of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus, I stand to put every member of this body on notice that our heritage is not a political football."
"The remarks brought up a very painful past to make a cheap political
speech was disgusting and poisons what could and should be a thoughtful policy debate," lamented
"The speech used McQuinn. "Please understand the
language we use can open up wounds that many of us have experienced," stated Delegate Luke Torian.
We call on all legislators to seek the perspectives of each other as we work together to find concrete solutions to the gun violence epidemic we face.
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AUTO INSURANCE PAGE 6 Delegate Delores
Standing left to right: Jada Lewis-An Achievable Dream, A ‘Maya Kelly-Hampton High, Raja Richmond- Sargent-Kecoughtan High, Brittney Patterson-Bethel High, Janaya Giggetts-Kecoughtan High, Kobi Jackson-Hampton High, Keandra Williams-An Achievable Dream, Dejah Hill-Woodside High, Jaylyn Boyd-Woodside High, and Cayla Johnson-Kecoughtan High. Seated left to right: Avery Brown-Renfro- Bethel High, Cynthia Epps Hudson, Esq.-Commonwealth Attorney, and Lauren Paige-Woodside High. Photo courtesy of Hampton Delta Foundation
The Hampton Delta Foundation, Inc. is hosting its Fourteenth Annual Red and White Cotillion on Sunday, March 25, 2018 at the Marriott at City Center, 740 Town Center, Newport News, Virginia at 4:00 p.m. The twelve young high school juniors and seniors will be presented to Society as Debutantes. These outstanding young ladies will also be awarded scholarships to assist them with their future educational endeavors.
The deadline for competition is March 11,
2018. The tickets are $50.00 each. Please mail support for the girls to The Hampton Delta Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 7712 Hampton, Virginia 23666. Our President is Margo Young-Wiggins. The Cotillion Co-Chairs are Vivian Blake and Alexis Swann.
The Publicity Chair is Alice Holley
Brower: Contact Hdffoundation@aol.com
for additional information. There are still tickets available for purchase.
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