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Juneteenth: Honor Those Who Believed in an America That Didn’t Believe in Them

June 21, 2021

White House Correspondent Ebony Morris is a native Washingtonian and University of South Carolina alumna. Her passion is mentoring young adults by teaching community empowerment and media education. She is an NAB member and board member of the Thurgood Marshall Center and was presented the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for contributing more than 4,000 hours of community service under the Obama Administration.

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