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Photograph of the 2007 Legislative Black Caucus. From the left, Sandré Swanson, Mike Davis, Laura Richardson, Mark Ridley-Thomas, Karen Bass, Wilmer Amina Carter, Mervyn Dymally, and Curren Price. Senator Edward Vincent is absent from the photograph, 2007.

Photograph of the 2007 Legislative Black Caucus. From the left, Sandré Swanson, Mike Davis, Laura Richardson, Mark Ridley-Thomas, Karen Bass, Wilmer Amina Carter, Mervyn Dymally, and Curren Price. Senator Edward Vincent is absent from the photograph, 2007.


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Original bill file of AB 1749 of 2002, which required the Governor to proclaim the 3rd Saturday in June each year as “Juneteenth National Freedom Day: a day of observance.”, Page 1

Original bill file of AB 1749 of 2002, which required the Governor to proclaim the 3rd Saturday in June each year as “Juneteenth National Freedom Day: a day of observance.”, Page 2

Original bill file of AB 1749 of 2002, which required the Governor to proclaim the 3rd Saturday in June each year as “Juneteenth National Freedom Day: a day of observance.”, Page 3

Original bill file of AB 1749 of 2002, which required the Governor to proclaim the 3rd Saturday in June each year as “Juneteenth National Freedom Day: a day of observance.”, Page 4

Original bill file of AB 1749 of 2002, which required the Governor to proclaim the 3rd Saturday in June each year as “Juneteenth National Freedom Day: a day of observance.”, Page 5

Original bill file of AB 1749 of 2002, which required the Governor to proclaim the 3rd Saturday in June each year as “Juneteenth National Freedom Day: a day of observance.”

Original bill file of SB 1643 of 2004 was authored by Senator Kevin Murray and required the Governor to proclaim the month of February as Black History Month each year, Page 1

Original bill file of SB 1643 of 2004 was authored by Senator Kevin Murray and required the Governor to proclaim the month of February as Black History Month each year, Page 2.

Original bill file of SB 1643 of 2004 was authored by Senator Kevin Murray and required the Governor to proclaim the month of February as Black History Month each year, Page 3.

Original bill file of SB 1643 of 2004 was authored by Senator Kevin Murray and required the Governor to proclaim the month of February as Black History Month each year, Page 4.

Original bill file of SB 1643 of 2004 was authored by Senator Kevin Murray and required the Governor to proclaim the month of February as Black History Month each year.

California Legislature Resolution No. 65, Relative to Black History Month, February 22, 1980.

California Legislature Resolution No. 65, Relative to Black History Month, February 22, 1980.


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