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Aug. 3, 2021 Tweet - "To the families of the 23 souls lost two years ago today in El Paso, Jill and I send you our love. Today is a somber reminder of the unfinished work to heal the soul of this nation -- we must join together and stand united against hate and violence." Pres. Joe Biden
Aug. 3, 2021 Tweet - "Important words from @POTUS on the second anniversary of the horrific shooting in El Paso: "We must join together as Americans and stand united against hate and violence."" Kamala Harris
July 30, 2021 Statement by President Joe Biden on the Passing of Former United States Senator of Michigan Carl Levin Pres. Joe Biden
July 30, 2021 President Biden Announces Presidential Delegation to Japan to Attend the Closing Ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games Pres. Joe Biden
July 28, 2021 Statement of President Joe Biden on the Passing of Former Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi Pres. Joe Biden
July 26, 2021 Tweet - "Throughout his remarkable life, Bob Moses devoted his heart and soul to leading, teaching, and organizing generations of Americans to make real the promise of our nation. Let us follow his towering legacy and ensure everyone is treated with the dignity and respect they deserve." Pres. Joe Biden
July 26, 2021 Statement of President Joe Biden on the Passing of Civil Rights Leader, Bob Moses Pres. Joe Biden
July 26, 2021 Tweet - "America has lost a hero. Robert Parris Moses was a soft spoken and big-hearted educator and organizer--for justice, for equality, and for the right to vote. My condolences to the Moses family and to all who knew and loved him. Let us honor his memory by continuing his fight." Kamala Harris
July 23, 2021 Tweet - "The Olympians representing our country in Tokyo are the embodiment of the spirit and drive that makes America a beacon for the globe. I'm so proud of you. Let's go @TeamUSA ." Pres. Joe Biden
July 20, 2021 President Biden Announces Presidential Delegation to Japan to Attend the Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games Pres. Joe Biden
July 18, 2021 Tweet - "Nelson Mandela dedicated his remarkable life to democracy, opportunity, and peace. His work and his example continue to inspire people around the world. On Nelson Mandela International Day, we commit to building a more inclusive and equitable future." Kamala Harris
July 18, 2021 Statement by President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. on Nelson Mandela International Day Pres. Joe Biden
July 17, 2021 Tweet - "Days before he died one year ago today, Jill and I spoke with John Lewis for the last time. He asked us to remain focused on the unfinished work -- his life's work -- of healing and uniting this nation. With John's spirit guiding us, we must be unafraid and never give up." Pres. Joe Biden
July 17, 2021 Tweet - "I keep this photograph in my office as a reminder of Congressman Lewis and the work we have left to do. Democracy is stronger when everyone participates--and is weaker when people are left out." Kamala Harris
July 17, 2021 Statement by President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. On the One Year Anniversary of the Passing of Congressman John Lewis Pres. Joe Biden
July 4, 2021 Tweet - "This year, the Fourth of July is a day of special celebration. For we are emerging from the darkest of years. A year of pandemic and isolation. A year of pain, fear, and heartbreaking loss. Today, we can say with confidence: America is coming back together." Pres. Joe Biden
July 1, 2021 Remarks by President Biden on the Surfside Condo Collapse Pres. Joe Biden
June 28, 2021 Tweet - "52 years ago, the Stonewall riots sparked a revolution. We have made incredible progress towards equality since then--and we cannot stop until every American has equal protection under the law." Kamala Harris
June 26, 2021 Tweet - "Yesterday, I signed a law designating the Pulse Nightclub a national memorial. Just over five years ago, the nightclub -- a place of acceptance and joy -- became a place of unspeakable pain and loss. We will never fully recover, but we will always remember." Pres. Joe Biden
June 25, 2021 Remarks by President Biden in Bill Signing of H.R. 49 to Designate the National Pulse Memorial into Law Pres. Joe Biden
June 23, 2021 Remarks by President Biden at Funeral Ceremony of Senator John Warner Pres. Joe Biden
June 19, 2021 Tweet - "We have come far. And we have far to go. But today is a day of celebration. Happy Juneteenth, everybody!" Kamala Harris
June 19, 2021 Tweet - "Juneteenth marks both the long, hard night of slavery and subjugation -- and the promise of that brighter morning to come. It's a day of profound weight and power. Today and every day, we must work to ensure our nation finally lives up to its promise of equality for all." Pres. Joe Biden
June 19, 2021 Tweet - "Today is a day of celebration and pride. We reaffirm and rededicate ourselves to ensuring freedom and justice for all. Happy Juneteenth!" Kamala Harris
June 18, 2021 A Proclamation on Juneteenth Day of Observance, 2021 Pres. Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "Today, I had the honor of signing a bill to officially make Juneteenth a federal holiday. With this important step, all Americans can feel the power of the day, learn from our history, celebrate our progress, and grapple with the distance we still have to travel." Pres. Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "Juneteenth is officially a federal holiday." Pres. Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Remarks by President Biden at Signing of the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act Pres. Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "Throughout history, Juneteenth has been known by many names: - Jubilee Day. - Freedom Day. - Liberation Day. - Emancipation Day. And today, a national holiday." Kamala Harris
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "We cannot rest until the promise of equality is fulfilled -- for every one of us, in every corner of this nation. That is the meaning of Juneteenth." Pres. Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "Today marks six years since a white supremacist took nine precious lives at Mother Emanuel in an act of domestic terrorism. We must honor their lives with action, including reducing gun violence and addressing domestic terrorism." Pres. Joe Biden
June 15, 2021 Tweet - "Yesterday, I had the chance to visit the 9/11 memorial at NATO Headquarters. It's a solemn reminder of that awful day and the thousands of Americans we lost. In that moment of peril, our Allies were there for us -- and we must always be there for them." Pres. Joe Biden
June 12, 2021 Statement by President Joe Biden on the 5th Anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting Pres. Joe Biden
June 12, 2021 Tweet - "Five years ago, we suffered the deadliest attack affecting the LGBTQ+ community in our history. Within minutes, Pulse Nightclub turned from a place of acceptance and joy to a place of unspeakable pain. As we remember those we lost, we must recommit to honoring them with action." Pres. Joe Biden
June 12, 2021 Tweet - "Five years ago, 49 LGBTQ+ people and allies were enjoying an evening out at Pulse Nightclub. And then, in an instant, they were gone. Today, we remember those who died and their loved ones--and we recommit to building a world free from gun violence." Kamala Harris
June 11, 2021 A Proclamation on Flag Day And National Flag Week, 2021 Pres. Joe Biden
June 9, 2021 Remarks by President Biden to U.S. Air Force Personnel and Families Stationed at Royal Air Force Mildenhall Pres. Joe Biden
June 8, 2021 Statement by the President on the Affirmation of Ratko Mladic's Conviction Pres. Joe Biden
June 6, 2021 Tweet - "On the 77th anniversary of #DDay, we honor the heroes who stormed the beaches of Normandy and liberated a continent. We will never forget their courage and sacrifice." Kamala Harris
June 6, 2021 Tweet - "I met with survivors of the Tulsa Massacre this week to help fill the silence. Because in silence, wounds deepen. And, as painful as it is, only in remembrance do wounds heal." Pres. Joe Biden
June 5, 2021 Tweet - "On the 40th year of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, we remember the lives cut short by this terrible disease and celebrate the resilience and dignity of those living with HIV. Let's continue to eradicate the stigma faced by too many -- and work to end this epidemic once and for all." Pres. Joe Biden
June 5, 2021 Statement by President Joe Biden Recognizing the 40th Year of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic Pres. Joe Biden
June 5, 2021 Tweet - "It has been 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported. Globally, over the last 40 years, 32 million lives have been taken by HIV/AIDS. This deadly virus has devastated families and entire communities." Kamala Harris
June 2, 2021 Tweet - "What happened in Tulsa 100 years ago was not a riot--it was a massacre." Pres. Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 Tweet - "We can't just choose to learn what we want to know -- and not what we should know. We memorialize what happened in Tulsa 100 years ago so it can't be erased." Pres. Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 A Proclamation on Black Music Appreciation Month, 2021 Pres. Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 Tweet - "100 years ago, the thriving Black community of Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma was ruthlessly attacked by a white supremacist mob--as many as 300 Black Americans were killed and 10,000 were left homeless. Today, I'm visiting the Greenwood Cultural Center and meeting with survivors." Pres. Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 Remarks by President Biden Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre Pres. Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 Tweet - "The Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa--Black Wall Street--was a thriving business district. 100 years ago, a white supremacist mob killed hundreds of Black residents. Black homes, businesses, and churches were burned down." Kamala Harris
May 31, 2021 A Proclamation on Day Of Remembrance: 100 Years After The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Pres. Joe Biden
Date Title Politician
Aug. 3, 2021 Tweet - "To the families of the 23 souls lost two years ago today in El Paso, Jill and I send you our love. Today is a somber reminder of the unfinished work to heal the soul of this nation -- we must join together and stand united against hate and violence." Pres.Joe Biden
Aug. 3, 2021 Tweet - "Important words from @POTUS on the second anniversary of the horrific shooting in El Paso: "We must join together as Americans and stand united against hate and violence."" Kamala Harris
July 30, 2021 Statement by President Joe Biden on the Passing of Former United States Senator of Michigan Carl Levin Pres.Joe Biden
July 30, 2021 President Biden Announces Presidential Delegation to Japan to Attend the Closing Ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games Pres.Joe Biden
July 28, 2021 Statement of President Joe Biden on the Passing of Former Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi Pres.Joe Biden
July 26, 2021 Tweet - "Throughout his remarkable life, Bob Moses devoted his heart and soul to leading, teaching, and organizing generations of Americans to make real the promise of our nation. Let us follow his towering legacy and ensure everyone is treated with the dignity and respect they deserve." Pres.Joe Biden
July 26, 2021 Statement of President Joe Biden on the Passing of Civil Rights Leader, Bob Moses Pres.Joe Biden
July 26, 2021 Tweet - "America has lost a hero. Robert Parris Moses was a soft spoken and big-hearted educator and organizer--for justice, for equality, and for the right to vote. My condolences to the Moses family and to all who knew and loved him. Let us honor his memory by continuing his fight." Kamala Harris
July 23, 2021 Tweet - "The Olympians representing our country in Tokyo are the embodiment of the spirit and drive that makes America a beacon for the globe. I'm so proud of you. Let's go @TeamUSA ." Pres.Joe Biden
July 20, 2021 President Biden Announces Presidential Delegation to Japan to Attend the Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games Pres.Joe Biden
July 18, 2021 Tweet - "Nelson Mandela dedicated his remarkable life to democracy, opportunity, and peace. His work and his example continue to inspire people around the world. On Nelson Mandela International Day, we commit to building a more inclusive and equitable future." Kamala Harris
July 18, 2021 Statement by President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. on Nelson Mandela International Day Pres.Joe Biden
July 17, 2021 Tweet - "Days before he died one year ago today, Jill and I spoke with John Lewis for the last time. He asked us to remain focused on the unfinished work -- his life's work -- of healing and uniting this nation. With John's spirit guiding us, we must be unafraid and never give up." Pres.Joe Biden
July 17, 2021 Tweet - "I keep this photograph in my office as a reminder of Congressman Lewis and the work we have left to do. Democracy is stronger when everyone participates--and is weaker when people are left out." Kamala Harris
July 17, 2021 Statement by President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. On the One Year Anniversary of the Passing of Congressman John Lewis Pres.Joe Biden
July 4, 2021 Tweet - "This year, the Fourth of July is a day of special celebration. For we are emerging from the darkest of years. A year of pandemic and isolation. A year of pain, fear, and heartbreaking loss. Today, we can say with confidence: America is coming back together." Pres.Joe Biden
July 1, 2021 Remarks by President Biden on the Surfside Condo Collapse Pres.Joe Biden
June 28, 2021 Tweet - "52 years ago, the Stonewall riots sparked a revolution. We have made incredible progress towards equality since then--and we cannot stop until every American has equal protection under the law." Kamala Harris
June 26, 2021 Tweet - "Yesterday, I signed a law designating the Pulse Nightclub a national memorial. Just over five years ago, the nightclub -- a place of acceptance and joy -- became a place of unspeakable pain and loss. We will never fully recover, but we will always remember." Pres.Joe Biden
June 25, 2021 Remarks by President Biden in Bill Signing of H.R. 49 to Designate the National Pulse Memorial into Law Pres.Joe Biden
June 23, 2021 Remarks by President Biden at Funeral Ceremony of Senator John Warner Pres.Joe Biden
June 19, 2021 Tweet - "We have come far. And we have far to go. But today is a day of celebration. Happy Juneteenth, everybody!" Kamala Harris
June 19, 2021 Tweet - "Juneteenth marks both the long, hard night of slavery and subjugation -- and the promise of that brighter morning to come. It's a day of profound weight and power. Today and every day, we must work to ensure our nation finally lives up to its promise of equality for all." Pres.Joe Biden
June 19, 2021 Tweet - "Today is a day of celebration and pride. We reaffirm and rededicate ourselves to ensuring freedom and justice for all. Happy Juneteenth!" Kamala Harris
June 18, 2021 A Proclamation on Juneteenth Day of Observance, 2021 Pres.Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "Today, I had the honor of signing a bill to officially make Juneteenth a federal holiday. With this important step, all Americans can feel the power of the day, learn from our history, celebrate our progress, and grapple with the distance we still have to travel." Pres.Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "Juneteenth is officially a federal holiday." Pres.Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Remarks by President Biden at Signing of the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act Pres.Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "Throughout history, Juneteenth has been known by many names: - Jubilee Day. - Freedom Day. - Liberation Day. - Emancipation Day. And today, a national holiday." Kamala Harris
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "We cannot rest until the promise of equality is fulfilled -- for every one of us, in every corner of this nation. That is the meaning of Juneteenth." Pres.Joe Biden
June 17, 2021 Tweet - "Today marks six years since a white supremacist took nine precious lives at Mother Emanuel in an act of domestic terrorism. We must honor their lives with action, including reducing gun violence and addressing domestic terrorism." Pres.Joe Biden
June 15, 2021 Tweet - "Yesterday, I had the chance to visit the 9/11 memorial at NATO Headquarters. It's a solemn reminder of that awful day and the thousands of Americans we lost. In that moment of peril, our Allies were there for us -- and we must always be there for them." Pres.Joe Biden
June 12, 2021 Statement by President Joe Biden on the 5th Anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting Pres.Joe Biden
June 12, 2021 Tweet - "Five years ago, we suffered the deadliest attack affecting the LGBTQ+ community in our history. Within minutes, Pulse Nightclub turned from a place of acceptance and joy to a place of unspeakable pain. As we remember those we lost, we must recommit to honoring them with action." Pres.Joe Biden
June 12, 2021 Tweet - "Five years ago, 49 LGBTQ+ people and allies were enjoying an evening out at Pulse Nightclub. And then, in an instant, they were gone. Today, we remember those who died and their loved ones--and we recommit to building a world free from gun violence." Kamala Harris
June 11, 2021 A Proclamation on Flag Day And National Flag Week, 2021 Pres.Joe Biden
June 9, 2021 Remarks by President Biden to U.S. Air Force Personnel and Families Stationed at Royal Air Force Mildenhall Pres.Joe Biden
June 8, 2021 Statement by the President on the Affirmation of Ratko Mladic's Conviction Pres.Joe Biden
June 6, 2021 Tweet - "On the 77th anniversary of #DDay, we honor the heroes who stormed the beaches of Normandy and liberated a continent. We will never forget their courage and sacrifice." Kamala Harris
June 6, 2021 Tweet - "I met with survivors of the Tulsa Massacre this week to help fill the silence. Because in silence, wounds deepen. And, as painful as it is, only in remembrance do wounds heal." Pres.Joe Biden
June 5, 2021 Tweet - "On the 40th year of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, we remember the lives cut short by this terrible disease and celebrate the resilience and dignity of those living with HIV. Let's continue to eradicate the stigma faced by too many -- and work to end this epidemic once and for all." Pres.Joe Biden
June 5, 2021 Statement by President Joe Biden Recognizing the 40th Year of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic Pres.Joe Biden
June 5, 2021 Tweet - "It has been 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported. Globally, over the last 40 years, 32 million lives have been taken by HIV/AIDS. This deadly virus has devastated families and entire communities." Kamala Harris
June 2, 2021 Tweet - "What happened in Tulsa 100 years ago was not a riot--it was a massacre." Pres.Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 Tweet - "We can't just choose to learn what we want to know -- and not what we should know. We memorialize what happened in Tulsa 100 years ago so it can't be erased." Pres.Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 A Proclamation on Black Music Appreciation Month, 2021 Pres.Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 Tweet - "100 years ago, the thriving Black community of Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma was ruthlessly attacked by a white supremacist mob--as many as 300 Black Americans were killed and 10,000 were left homeless. Today, I'm visiting the Greenwood Cultural Center and meeting with survivors." Pres.Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 Remarks by President Biden Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre Pres.Joe Biden
June 1, 2021 Tweet - "The Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa--Black Wall Street--was a thriving business district. 100 years ago, a white supremacist mob killed hundreds of Black residents. Black homes, businesses, and churches were burned down." Kamala Harris
May 31, 2021 A Proclamation on Day Of Remembrance: 100 Years After The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Pres.Joe Biden
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