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6 Ways Biden Has Protected Our Health and Rights in His First 100 Days in Office

When they were sworn in, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris promised to strengthen the federal pandemic response, overturn the harmful policies of the previous administration, and advance our health and rights. Here’s what they’ve delivered.

Announcing the 99 Dream Keepers' Defenders

By supporting legislation and securing funding for programs, they look after our physical, mental, and economic well-being. We have a long history of public engagement — from fighting for suffrage, integration and health care — and we need our Defenders to advance our causes.
Feb. 18, 2015

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Announcing the 99 Dream Keepers' Tastemakers

Our community’s Tastemakers address our hopes and concerns, delivering our messages to millions.
Feb. 18, 2015

Black History Month 2015: Telling the Continuing Stories of Our Bold Leaders

This Black History Month, we find ourselves in difficult and trying times. That’s why it’s so important to reflect on the long narrative of challenges in the black community, as well as remember our resilience, faith, and innovation as we collectively look toward solutions.
Feb. 12, 2015

Announcing the 99 Dream Keepers' Storytellers

There’s always more than one way to tell a story. Our community’s storytellers not only report what’s going on in the world, they put race, gender and social justice at the center. They uncover racial injustice in access to health care and denounce efforts to defund Planned Parenthood. They include our voices, and they tell the stories that urgently must be heard.
Feb. 9, 2015

Announcing the 99 Dream Keepers' Power Players

Even when they’ve reached the top of the corporate hierarchy, our Power Players have not forgotten their roots. They leverage their power and influence to fund new initiatives and to empower a new generation of leadership. Thanks to these leaders, African-American issues are represented in boardrooms around the world.
Feb. 3, 2015