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June 07, 2018
Bob Menéndez Aims to Lower Gas Prices, Keith Ellison's Ex Wants His Seat in Congress, and Jorge Ramos Honored by CHCI
ROUGH PATH TO CITIZENSHIPHouse Republicans will seek to settle their differences this morning in a two-hour immigration meeting where GOP leaders will try to forge consensus between the conservatives and moderates. Congressman Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) said a major priority is making sure that young immigrants brought to the country as kids have full protection a guaranteed future in America. Conservatives say they are firmly opposed to any special pathway to citizenship. SEE YOU IN COURT… Lawyers representing nearly 200 Democrats in Congress plan to argue in federal court that Donald Trump is violating the Constitution by accepting foreign state favors without first seeking congressional approval. PORN SCORN… "The business you were in entitles you to no degree of giving your credibility any weight." That’s what Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said of Stormy Daniels. "Explain to me how she could be damaged. I mean, she has no reputation. If you're going to sell your body for money, you just don't have a reputation.” He followed up these comments saying Trump’s three wives are great. BTW, some women build an empire out of having sex on tape and later use that platform to help right a wrong in the criminal justice system. KEEPING UP WITH THE COMMUTATIONS… After being influenced by fellow reality TV star Kim Kardashian, Donald Trump granted clemency on Wednesday to Alice Marie Johnson, a first-time nonviolent drug offender who was given a life sentence without parole. Kim visited the West Wing last week to advocate on Johnson’s behalf. There are more than 10,000 languishing applications in the DOJ’s Pardon Office. ALTERNATIVE HISTORY… Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pressed Donald Trump on how he could justify the tariffs as a "national security" issue. In response, Trump quipped, "Didn't you guys burn down the White House?" referring to the War of 1812. Just one problem -- it was British troops who burned down the White House during the War of 1812. Not Canadians. LIKE A G… Trump made the comments as he prepares travel to Charlevoix, Canada for a two-day summit with leaders of the G7 after slapping controversial trade tariffs on all the key American allies attending the meeting. WHITE HOUSE RAMADAN… The president, whose rhetoric and policies have infuriated the Muslim community, has hosted his first Iftar dinner at the White House on Wednesday to celebrate Ramadan. SOUTHEAST OVER THE EAST ROOMThe WNBA champions Minnesota Lynx bypassed a visit to the White House and opted instead to go to Southeast DC where the team spent the afternoon handing out Jordan-brand shoes to more than 300 elementary school students. LET’S GET READY TO RUMBLE: DIRTY BARRY V. CON-YEShaquille O’Neal is coming out with a new video game. Older gamers might remember the original 1994 Sega Genesis Shaq Fu? The sequel, Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, includes BarackFu where players can become the “Commando-in-Chief” by defeating 300 enemies. Players can use an attack called the “Barack n’ Rolla” and have a confrontation with a Kanye West-inspired character called Con-Ye. Time for us to Barack ‘n roll and kick off your Thursday with this...
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) wants to help more people get their Associate’s degrees.
  • House Democrats call for a 9/11-style commission to study deaths and aftermath in Puerto Rico.
  • Race to succeed Congressman Keith Ellison (D-MN) gets crowded.
  • NYSE names a former journalist as Executive Vice Chair and adds to its Board.
  • Congressman Hank Johnson (D-GA) wants more people of color to fly.
  • Check out the quiet rage of Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI) in Blogs.
Gone fishing! That’s CNN’s Athena Jones vacationing in Florida this week.
Congressman Rubén Kihuen (D-NV) meeting with leaders of the Las Vegas Central American Coalition to discuss TPS, DACA, and issues affecting Nevadans.
Booker Wants to Increase Associate Degree Attainment
Senators Cory Booker (D-NJ), Bob Casey (D-PA),
and Tim Kaine (D-VA) have introduced the Correctly Recognizing Educational Achievements to Empower Graduates Act. The lawmakers say this legislation will help people receive the degrees that they have already earned by creating incentives for institutions of higher education to establish “reverse transfer” programs, or initiatives to transfer back credits from a four-year institution to the community college where a student without a degree was initially enrolled. It will also make it easier for colleges and universities to share educational records for the limited purpose of awarding degrees. “If a student has earned the credits required for an associate’s degree, they should be able to obtain it, period. Our bill will encourage institutions of higher education to make common sense changes that will give students who have worked hard to earn their associate’s degree the chance to actually receive it, and succeed in today’s economy,” said Booker. More here.

Dems Call for 9/11-Style Commission for Puerto Rico
Congressmen Adriano Espaillat (D-NY), Darren Soto (D-FL), and Bennie Thompson (D-MS) and Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez (D-NY) on Wednesday called for a 9/11-style commission to look into the deaths in Puerto Rico following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria. During a press event yesterday, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus members said they will introduce legislation next week to set up the independent commission to examine the death toll and how it was handled, though it is unlikely to move forward in a GOP-controlled Congress. "These numbers drive the narrative about what happened in Puerto Rico and how our government responded, and how we should rebuild going forward," Velázquez said. "We all remember when Donald Trump sat in Puerto Rico and pointed to a death count of 16, suggested that Maria was not, and I quote, 'a real catastrophe.'" Thompson said that the Government Accountability Office has accepted a request to audit the death toll, as requested by himself and Velázquez in December. More here.

Can You Hear Me Now? Doris Matsui Wants Government Spectrum Available for Commercial Use
All wireless signals -- TV, radio, GPS, and mobile broadband -- fly through the air on public, invisible signals called spectrum. Congresswoman Doris Matsui (D-CA) wants government agencies to improve their spectral efficiency and effectiveness and make more spectrum available for commercial wireless use. Matsui, along with fellow Co-Chair of the Spectrum Caucus, Congressman Brett Guthrie (R-KY), on Wednesday introduced the SPECTRUM NOW Act which allows agencies that have submitted a plan to study the possibility of increasing their spectrum efficiency and relocating or sharing their spectrum with commercial users to access existing SRF funds that they currently cannot. Without this fix, the lawmakers say federal agencies that have currently identified spectrum that could be repurposed would be unable to conduct the engineering research that could actually allow that spectrum to enter the commercial marketplace. “An adequate supply and pipeline of spectrum is necessary to meet the wireless data needs of next generation broadband networks,” said Matsui. “This bill makes it possible for federal agencies to more efficiently and innovatively use spectrum and, in turn, provide new opportunities for spectrum to be repurposed for commercial use.” More here.

NM congressional candidate Deb Haaland (D) joined by ID gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan (D) and Native American members of the National Organization for Women on Monday.
TX gubernatorial candidate Lupe Valdez (D) on Tuesday at the Blue Wave State Jam, hosted by the Texas Democrats.
Hank Johnson Intros Bill to Help People of Color Fly
Congressman Hank Johnson (D-GA)
on Wednesday introduced legislation which would create a grant program aimed at improving the preparation and representation of people of color in aviation-related fields. The new grant program, administered by the Federal Aviation Administration, would be named for Bessie Coleman, an American aviator and the first Black woman to earn a pilot’s license. The Minorities in Aviation Education Act would take a step towards diversifying the aviation industry by providing grant funds to states, local governments, institutions of higher education, and nonprofit organizations to increase the exposure and access to aviation-related education and jobs. “We know from academic studies that minorities are underrepresented in aviation fields,” said Johnson, a member of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee. “By increasing educational opportunities in fields such as piloting, aviation maintenance and unmanned aircraft systems, we will tap into the unrealized potential of minority students and encourage them to enter well-paying careers while bolstering the aviation workforce ... I consider this a jobs bill.” More here.
Bob Menéndez Intros Bill Aimed to Lower Gas Prices
Senator Bob Menéndez (D-NJ) on Wednesday introduced legislation that he says would lower gas prices and bring relief to motorists hitting the road during this summer travel season. The American Oil for American Families Act would ban the export of American crude oil and petroleum products from federal lands and waters. According to, the national average cost for a gallon of regular gas across the nation is hovering around $3. By keeping a portion of American-produced oil at home, Menéndez says the bill aims to improve energy security, lower domestic gas prices, and ensure that federal lands are being used for the good of U.S. residents, rather than to increase oil profits through access to higher-priced foreign markets. This, according to the Senator, would reduce American reliance on foreign oil by providing a significant cushion against global instability and OPEC’s artificial supply constraints. The U.S currently imports about 300 million barrels of crude and petroleum products per month. “My bill is simple. It says if you drill for oil on federal lands, that oil has to stay here in America to help lower gas prices. Whether it’s offshore rigs in the Gulf of Mexico or drilling in the pristine Arctic wilderness, there’s something seriously wrong about using public resources for the exclusive profit of the oil industry. Oil drilled on American land should mean lower prices for the American people,” Menéndez said. More here.

Congressman Joaquín Castro (D-TX) with actress and activist Alyssa Milano on the Hill this week to discuss women’s rights. 
Journalist Bill Moyers casually running into MSNBC’s Richard Lui at the barbershop earlier this week.
Race to Replace Keith Ellison Gets Crowded
DNC Vice Chair and Congressman Keith Ellison (D-MN) filed to run for Minnesota Attorney General, as we reported on Wednesday. His decision to run for AG set off a flurry of filings to replace him, and eight Democratic candidates have already filed to succeed him in Minnesota’s Fifth Congressional District. Among them is state Rep. Ilhan Omar, the first Somali American Muslim legislator elected to office in the U.S. The North Dakota State University grad currently serves as the Assistant Minority Leader at the Minnesota Legislature. Also jumping into the race is state Sen. Patricia Torres Ray. The Colombian immigrant is the first Hispanic American to be elected to the Minnesota Senate. The University of Minnesota grad was also the first minority woman to run for Lieutenant Governor of the state. Joining Omar and Torres Ray in the fray is state Sen. Bobby Joe Champion. The life-long resident of North Minneapolis, who graduated from Macalester College and William Mitchell College of Law, served with Ellison as an attorney with the Legal Rights Center and as an Assistant Attorney General. Kim Ellison, a Minneapolis School Board member and Keith Ellison’s ex-wife also jumped into the race. The former teacher served on the LearningWorks board at Blake School and on the board for Parents United for Public Schools for nine years. Jamal Abdi Abdulahi also joined the slate of candidates looking to represent the district. The University of Minnesota graduate fled the Somali Civil War and lived in refugee camps before finally having the opportunity to evacuate to America. They’re joined in the Democratic-Farm-Labor party primary by former Minnesota House Speaker Margaret Anderson Kelliher; Julie Sabo, a former state Senator; and Frank Nelson Drake, who challenged Ellison in 2016 as a Republican. More here.
Iowa Candidate Makes History as First Black Woman to Win Party Nomination Statewide
Iowa’s Secretary of State candidate Deidre DeJear narrowly won the Democratic primary on Tuesday, making history as the first African American to win a major political party nomination for a statewide office in the state, securing just over 51% of the vote. If she goes on to defeat incumbent Republican Paul Pate, she would become Iowa’s first Black statewide elected official. The 32-year-old Mississippi native owns a small marketing firm and was a former field organizer for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign. In 2005, DeJear co-founded Back 2 School Iowa, a nonprofit dedicated to collaborating with communities and corporations in order to provide resources to inspire youth in continuing in their education and build their future careers. The 2008 Drake University graduate is endorsed by Emily’s List, Our Revolution, and Let America Vote. More here.

That’s Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) and his mother, Carolyn Booker, in the early 1980’s.
Congressman Raúl Labrador (R-ID) and his mother, Ana Pastor, in the early 1970’s.  
NYSE Names Executive Vice Chair and Adds to Its Board
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) announced on Tuesday that Betty Liu has been appointed as the company’s Executive Vice Chair. She will also join the NYSE Group Board. The former Bloomberg Television host will take up the position following NYSE’s acquisition of her start-up firm Radiate, an educational media company she founded just two years ago. The firm generates content aimed at entrepreneurs and people in managerial positions. Much of this content is produced in conjunction with company CEOs. Born in Hong Kong and raised in Philadelphia, The University of Pennsylvania graduate started her career in financial journalism as a Hong Kong-based regional correspondent and youngest-ever Taiwan Bureau Chief for Dow Jones Newswires. After she left Dow Jones, she worked for several years as the Atlanta Bureau Chief for the Financial Times. Her years of international experience working for major news organizations include CNBC and the Financial Times, and she has also written for the WSJ and Far Eastern Economic Review. Fluent in English, Mandarin, and speaking some Cantonese, Liu has been stationed in Atlanta, Hong Kong, and Taiwan on assignments. In her new role, which she assumes June 9th, Liu will be charged with building the NYSE leadership network, cultivating connections through live events, and creating opportunities for organizations to connect across the NYSE’s listed community of 2,400 companies. She will be based in NYC. More here.

World Vision Names New President and CEO
World Vision United States -- the Evangelical Christian humanitarian aid, development, and advocacy organization -- has named Édgar Sandoval President and CEO. The group has annual revenue of more than $1 billion, making it the 15th-largest charity based in the U.S. He has been serving as COO of the organization for the past three years. Before that, the 53-year-old was VP and General Manager of Procter and Gamble’s Global Feminine Care -- a position he rose to during a 20-year career with the Cincinnati-based manufacturer of consumer goods. Fluent in both English and Spanish, the LA native grew up in Guatemala and Venezuela. Sandoval graduated from Rutgers University in 1989, before earning his MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in 1994. World Vision United States is part of the global World Vision International Partnership, which works with children and communities in nearly 100 countries. He will assume his new duties on October 1st and will remain based in the Seattle suburb of Federal Way, WA. Sandoval’s hire adds to an influx of diverse leadership at major evangelical nonprofits; Compassion International and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship have also appointed Latino and Asian American presidents over the past five years. More here.

NPR's weekend host of All Things Considered Michel Martin recording from Puerto Rico, where she connected with citizens and officials to talk what's next for the island.
Latino Victory Project's María R. González, CHC Comms Director Carlos Paz, and Director Alejandro González Iñárritu at The Phillips Collection for an event earlier this week.
CHCI Announces First Slate of Gala Honorees
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) recently announced that they would honor Jorge Ramos and Michele Bobadilla with the Medallion of Excellence at their CHCI’s 41st Annual Awards Gala. Journalist Jorge Ramos will receive the 2018 CHCI Medallion for Excellence in the Arts, Entertainment, Media, Music, and Sports. The Ibero-American University in México City graduate, who also has a Master’s degree from the University of Miami, has been the anchorman for Noticiero Univisión since 1986. Ramos, a Mexican immigrant who first came to the U.S. as a student in 1983, also hosts Al Punto, Univisión’s weekly public affairs program. He is also the anchor for Show Me Something, a program which airs on the English-language network Fusion. Ramos is the author of thirteen books and bestsellers, including his most recent: Stranger: The Challenge of a Latino Immigrant in the Trump Era. Facebook yesterday announced that one of the first programs on its Facebook Watch platform will feature Ramos as the host of Real America, in which he will travel the country to talk to immigrants from various cities, towns, and backgrounds. Educator Michele Bobadilla will receive CHCI’s American Dream Medallion of Excellence in Education, Science, Medicine, or Civil Rights. She is the Senior Associate Vice President for Outreach Services & Community Engagement and the Assistant Provost for Hispanic Student Services for the University of Texas Arlington. Bobadilla has a Bachelor’s from Stephen F. Austin State University, a Master’s from East Texas State University, and a community MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. For nearly 40 years, she has been an advocate, educator, and community volunteer, opening doors to higher education for thousands of students. She established the Society of 100 Endowed Scholars’ Fund, has raised over $4.7 million as chair of the Stars on the Rise Scholarship Program, and is currently serving as Co-Chair of the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s scholarship program and Chair of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, University Partnerships Initiative. More here.

NABJ Announces More Honorees and Hall of Fame Inductees
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) announced more of their 2018 honorees. Receiving the 2018 Chuck Stone Lifetime Achievement Award -- an annual honor given to a journalist with at least 15 years of experience and “a track record of extraordinary contributions to the enrichment, understanding and advancement of black life and culture” -- is Beverly White, General Assignment Reporter at NBC Southern California/KNBC. After graduating from The University of Texas at Austin, White began her journalism career at NBC affiliate KCEN-TV in Temple/Waco and KENS-TV in San Antonio. She also spent time in the Cincinnati and Miami markets, before KNBC. NABJ also announced that Rhonda Walker of WDIV-TV Local 4 in Detroit as the recipient of the 2018 Angelo B. Henderson Community Service Award. The Michigan State University grad makes a difference in the community through the Rhonda Walker Foundation, which she started 15 years ago. Detroit Free Press executive editor Robert G. "Bob" McGruder is the recipient of the 2018 NABJ Legacy Award. Presented annually to a print, broadcast, digital, or photojournalist of extraordinary accomplishment who has broken barriers and blazed trails, McGruder's stellar career perfectly embodies the spirit of the award. McGruder, who died in 2002, is posthumously granted this honor due to his legacy of living the actions necessary to improve newsroom diversity and journalism overall. NABJ also unveiled its Hall of Fame class of 2018 -- Albert Dunmore (posthumous), Victoria Jones (posthumous), Louis Martin (posthumous), William Rhoden, and Bob Ray Sanders. More here.

Today: The Indian American Impact Project hosts their first Impact Summit 2018. Speakers include Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA), CNN Senior Correspondent Manu Raju, Hoboken, NJ Mayor Ravi Bhalla, and more. Click here for more information.
Today - Saturday, June 9th: The Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit. Charlotte, NC. More than 1,000 CEOs, investors, and business experts are expected to attend. Click here for more information and to register.
Friday, June 8th - Saturday, June 9th: Summit 21. Speakers include CEO of Impact Strategies Angela Rye, Blavity Editor-in-Chief Lilly Workneh, and more. Atlanta Convention Center. Atlanta. Click here for more information
Sunday, June 10th - Tuesday, June 12th: The ACLU Membership Conference. Speakers include Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse CullorsCongressman John Lewis (D-GA), and Founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, AL Bryan Stevenson. Walter E. Washington Convention Center and Marriott Marquis, DC. Click here for more information.
Sunday, June 10th - Tuesday, June 12th: Mosaic Genius Conference. Speakers include Rashad Robinson, Executive Director Color Of Change, Jessica O. Matthews, Founder of Uncharted Power, and more. Lansburgh Theatre. 450 7th Street N.W. DC. Click here for more information.
Monday, June 11th, 5PCongressman Anthony Brown (D-MD) hosts a pre-primary reception. 425 New Jersey Ave, S.E. DC. To RSVP, contact Conor Noonan or Randy Broz at 202-403-0606 or
Wednesday, June 13th, 5:30P: The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) and the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) invite you to join them for a networking reception as they welcome the 2018 Summer Congressional Internship class. Library of Congress. 101 Independence Avenue Southeast Madison Hall, DC. Click here to register
Wednesday, June 13th - Sunday, June 17th: The 22nd Annual African American Film Festival. Albion Hotel South Beach. 1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach. Click here to register.
Friday, June 15th, 12P: The U.S. Committee on Civil Right presents “50 Years Later: Reflecting on the 1968 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Hearings on the Civil Rights of Mexican-Americans.” National Place Building, 1331 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W, Suite 1150. DC. Click here for more information. 
Saturday, June 16th, 6:30P: The March On Washington Festival hosts a fundraiser celebrating Black trailblazers in entertainment featuring acclaimed actress, singer, and philanthropist Sheryl Lee Ralph in a one-woman show of storytelling and song. Studio Theatre. 1501 14th Street N.W. Click here for more information.
Monday, June 18th - Tuesday, June 19th: Forbes’ Women’s Summit. Speakers include U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi, Accompany Founder & CEO Amy Chang, HuffPost Editor-in-Chief Lydia Polgreen, and more. By invitation only. Click here to learn more.
Wednesday, June 20th, 9:30A: Dialogue on Diversity presents “Healthcare Symposium 2018: A Question for Policy Stability -- Achieving the Wellness Society.” UnidosUS Headquarters. 1126 Sixteenth St, N.W., DC. Click here to register.
Wednesday, June 20th: MALDEF's 2018 Chicago Awards Gala honoring IL state Representative Elizabeth “Lisa” Hernández (D), among others. The Hyatt Regency Chicago. 151 E. Upper Wacker Drive. Chicago, IL. Click here to register
Thursday, June 21st - Sunday, June 24th: The Black Millennial Political Convention, which aims to increase engagement of Black millennials in the political sphere and shed a light on policy issues impacting black communities. This year’s theme is The Advocacy of Policy, Pipeline and Power for the People. Hyatt Regency, Crystal City, VA. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
Friday, July 6 - Thursday, July 12th: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 68th Boule. Houston, TX. Click here for more information.
Saturday, July 7th - Tuesday, July 10thUnidosUS’ 2018 Annual Conference. Speakers include Ilia Calderón, Co-Anchor of Noticiero Univisión, Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation, Marc Morial, President and CEO of the National Urban League, Maria Teresa Kumar, President and CEO of Voto Latino, among others. Walter E. Washington Convention Center, DC. Click here to register.
Thursday, July 12th - Friday, July 20th: March On Washington Film Festival. Click here for more information.
Saturday, July 14 - Wednesday, July 18th: NAACP’s 109th Annual Convention. Henry B. González Convention Center. San Antonio, TX. Click here for more information.
Tuesday, July 17th - Wednesday, July 18th: The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 2018 National Women’s Conference. Phoenix. Click here for more information.
Tuesday, July 17th - Saturday, July 21st: The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 2018 National Convention and Expo. Phoenix. Click here for more information.
Friday, July 20 - Sunday, July 22nd: The 2nd Annual Black Campaign School, hosted by The Collective. Atlanta, GA. Click here for information
Wednesday, July 18th - Saturday, 21st: NAHJ International Training Conference and Career Fair. InterContinental Miami Hotel. 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL. Click here for more information.
Wednesday, August 1st - Saturday, August 4th: The National Urban League's 2018 Annual Conference “Save Our Cities: Powering the Digital Revolution.” Columbus, OH. Click here for more information and to register.
Wednesday, August 1st - Sunday, August 5th: NABJ Annual Convention & Career Fair. Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. 400 Renaissance Drive, Detroit, MI. Click here for more information
Monday, August 6th - Saturday,  August 11th: 16th Annual Run&Shoot Filmworks Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival. Click here for more information.
Wednesday, August 8th - Saturday, August, 11th: AAJA National Convention. Marriott Marquis Houston. 1777 Walker St., Houston, TX. Click here for more information.
Friday, August 17th - Sunday, August 19th: Martha’s Vineyard celebrates Congresswoman Barbara Lee’s (D-CA) 20 years of service. Special guests include House Assistant Minority Leader Jim Clyburn (D-SC), Congressional Black Caucus Chair Cedric Richmond (D-LA), and more. Harbor View Hotel, 131 North Water Street Edgartown, MA. Kelley House, 23 Kelley Street Edgartown, MA. Click here for more information.
Tuesday, September 11th - Wednesday, September 12th: CHCI's Annual Leadership Conference. Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W., DC. Click here for more information.
Thursday, September 13th: CHCI's 41st Annual Anniversary Awards Gala. Marriott Marquis Washington, DC. 901 Massachusetts Avenue N.W., DC. Click here for more information.
Wednesday, September 12th - Saturday, September 16th: Congressional Black Caucus Foundation 48th Annual Legislative Conference. Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Click here for more information
Thursday, September 25th - Saturday, September 29th: NBMBAA 40th Annual Conference & Exposition. Detroit, MI. Click here for more information. 
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