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Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine lslands, Thailand, and Vietnam.

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Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific lslander

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Categories dewhped in 1997 by the Otrw of Management and Budgel (AMB) that are used to descr&e groups to whidl kdiv*luals belang, identify with,
bebng h the eyes of the ammwity. The ategories do not denote scientific defuilions of anthropobgial origins. The designalions are used to ategorize
U.S. dhe,g resjcil afDns, and other eligibh non-cllizens. lndividuats are asfted fo fsf destTrate ethnw asi

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Black or African American


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Hispanic or Latino

A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central Ameican, orother Spanish culture otoigin, regardless of nce.
American lndian or Alaska Native

A person having oigins in any of the oiginal peoples of Notth and South America (including Cent'al Ameica) who mainbins cultural
iden{rficafion hrough tibal afrliation or community atbcbment.

Asian
of fie Far East, SoufheastAsia, or the lndian Subontinenl inctuding, for
example, Cambodia, China, lndia, Japan, Karea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam.

A person having origins in any of the oiginal peoples


Black or African American

A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Afica.


llative Hawalian or Other Pacilic Islander
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White

A person haing oigins in any of tfie oiginal peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or Norlh Aftica.
lrlonresident alien

A person who is

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to remain indefinibly. Note.'Nonresrdent afiens are to be rcported separa.tdy in the places provided, ratherthan in any of the
ncial/ethnic cafegon'es describ ed above.

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Resident alien {and other eligible non-citizens}

A percon who ls not a clilzen or national of the Unifred Sfates but who has been admitted as a legal immigrantfar the purpose of
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H. RES. 194

Apologizing fbr the cnslavenlcnt trntl racial scgregation of ,\fi'iean-An'rcrirans

IN TIIE IIOI]SE OI' RF]PRES!]NTATIVES


ltotitur,tn\' 27, 2007
I\{r'. Cotrpx (for hinrself, l{r'. JottxsoN of Gcolgia, NIs. J.tt't<soN-LIiE of
Texas, 1\Ir. Rtr,rur- of Pennsr-lvarria., l1r. \\'pxr,nH, Ms. Iftt,t,,trRl('K, Nls.
W{xlLsEy, }Ir. Pr\LLoNn, 1\[s. LEE, [[r. l\It:(ittrrnHN, Nls. St'u,tl(owslc',
Mrs. Ilu,oxrt ,,1 \rrii' Yurk, Mr'. UttNtr;lts, Xh'. l\LltuN of Yirgiuia, l\lr.
C,\plr,\,ro, llr. R.wGr:t,. Mr. P,\yNItr, I[r. Jtil'pnHSoN, Mr. ELLtsoN, 1\[r.
Al, ()RErcx of 'lexas, llr. Ilt:rrpn!'tEr,t), lls. W,rrsox, \Ir. Iltxctrnv,
Mr. Llu.tvEri, lls. L),rIrsoN, NIr. Isturgl,, nlr. At'rultt{,\N, I\Ir. D-rrvts of
.\labanru, i\h'. LII\\'IS of Gcorgia, lIr. Alrnnr'Rox{IlIE, lfr. H,tHp, Mr.
I(t:Nxnny, XIs. Il-tt,nrvtx, N'Ir'. IIonRs, i\{r. }'u,Nnrr. NII'. IIosn,r, ancl
Mr'. Kttt'txtt;rt) suburittctl tlrtr fbllowirrg x'solution; r-hir,h'was rcflrrxrrl to
the Committce on tlre .Iudician'

RESOLUTION
Apologizing fbr the cnsla\rolnorlt and racial scgregation of
Afi'icarr-Ameri(ra

rs.

\\'lrereas rnilliorrs of Afrit'urrs alld tlreir desr,errdarrts \\'ere


enslaved in the llnitc'd Statcs and thc 1,3 Amcrican colonies fronr 1619 thrcrugh 1865;
\\'hereas slavery irr fuleritla resembled rro otlrc,r {trrm of irrrrll-

ulltary senitutle knourr in history, as Afi'icalls were capturcd and sold zrt auction like inaninrato objects or animals;

\Mrereas Afrir:arrs forr:ed into slaver.)' \\'ere bnrtalized, Irrrmiliated, clchurnanized, and suhjccted to thc indigrrity of

being stripprrd of'their nantcs and hcritage;

\\tereas

errslaved fanrilies \\,ere

torn apart after havirrg

heerr

solcl scltaratclr. from onc anothcr;

\\rhtrrcas thc sS.sfcm of slavcry and thc r.isceral lacism against


persons of African des<rent uporr s,hich it deperrded became cntrenchccl in the Nation's soeiai fabric;

\\hcreas slavery was not offieially abolished until thc passage


of tlre 13th Arnerrdmeut to tlre llrited States Uorrstitution in 1865 aftcr thc cncl of thc Civil War, u'hich rvas
fbught over the slavrrry issuc;
\Vlrereas after emarr<ripatiorr f?om 246 ;,'ears of slaver.y, .AJrican-Amcricans soon saw the flceting political, social, and
econonric gains thcl' mrrdcr during Reconstruction cvisrterated b.f

iinrlettt racism, lrrrclrirrgs,

diserrfrnn<rhisemerrt,

Black Codcs. ancl racial segr.cgatiou la,u,s that imposed a


rigid sl,stem of otficiall;' sanctioned racial segregation in
virtuall.r, all areas of lif'e;
\\'hercas thc system of tlc jure racial scgregation knorin as
"Jim Crow," u']iich arosL, in certain parts of thcr Nation
fiillowirrg tlre tliril \Yar to r.reate separate and urrequal
soeieties for rvhites and African-Americans, \l-as a dir.ect
result of the racisnr against porsons of Alrican descent
err

gerrdered b,v slaven';

\\4rercas thc svstem of Jirn Crorv larvs offieialll. existed into


the 19ti0'g-i1 ccntun- aftcr thc officiai entl of slavory in

t\rnerir:a-urrtil Corrgress trlrik arrtiorr to errd it, but


vestigcs of Jim Crow continuc to this day;

to suffcr from the conatrd Jirn Llnlu,-lotrg after bot| sr,s-

\Vhrrreas African-Anericans c,ontinue


sequel)('es

of

.HRES 194 IH

slar.er.1'

tlre

tems were fbrmalll' abolislred-through enormous daniage


and loss, both tangihlc and intangiblc, including the loss

of human dignity and libcrtv, thc fiustration of carecrs


arrd prof'essiorral iir.,es, arrd tlie lorrg-terin loss <lf iucome
and opportunity;

\\'hcreas the story cif thc enslavcmcnt and dc jurc scgrcgation


of Africatt-Anrericatrs trnd tlre delrumarrizing atrotrities
committcd against tirem should not bc purgcd from or
minimized in the telling of Anicrican history;
\\'lrereas orr Jull, 8, 2003, dgrirrg a trip to Goree Islarrd, Serregal, a former slal,e port, Prcsident George W. Bush acknorvledged slaverv's continuing legacf

in Ancrrican

lif'c

atrd tlre rreed to confrtirrt tlrat legacv rvlren he stated tlrat


slavcry "\\,as
one of the greatest crimes of historl,

. Thc racial bigotry

f'ed b;, slavetl. dirl not cnd with

slar.ery or rvith segregation. And manv of tlre issues tlrat

still troubic America harrc roots in tlie bitter eqtericnce


of other times. But holvevcr long the journoJr, our dcstinv
is set: libertl' arrd justice ftrr all.";

lliil

Clinton also acknorvletlgccl the dccpseated problerns caused b1' the continuing lcrgacl. of racism agairrst Afrit:arr-r\ntericatrs tlrat begarr rvitlr slavery
when he initiatecl a natiotial dialogue abont race;

Whereas President

\Vhereas

a genuine apology is an irupor.tant anri

first step irr tlre

pro(iess

neccssury

of rat:ial recorrr:iliatiorr:

whercas an apology for ecnturics of brutal delumanization


and injustices cannot orasc tho past, but conf'ession of
tlre u-rongs committecl can speed racial healing arrd reconciliation ancl ltelp Americans confront the gliosts of
their past;

.HRES 194 IH

\\'lrereas the legislature of the C)otntnottrvealth of \rirgirtia lras


recently takcn thc lcad in adopting a resolution officially

for

slavcry and other


State legislatures are considerirrg similar resolutions; and

expressing a,ppropriatc rernorse

it is important for this courttry, r,r,hich legalll, recosnizcd slavery through its Constitution and its larvs, to

Wrereas

make a fbrnial apolog5' fbr slaven' and fbr its su(i(iessor,,

Jim Crow, so that

it

ean movc forrvard and scck rce-

onciiiation, justice, and harmony fbr all of


Norv, tlrerefore, be it

I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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its

citizens:

Besolued, That the Ilouse of Reprgssnfnfilzsg-

(1) ttcknou,ledges thc


<rrueltr,,

Jim

fundamt:ntal injustice,

brutalitl, artd irrlrtrmanit.y of slavelT and

Cror,v;

(2) apologizes to African-Anericans on behalf


of tJre people of tlre flrrited States, fbr the \wongs
committed against them and their atrcestors u'ho
suff'ered untler slavcrr]' and Jirri ()row; and

(3) expresses its conttttitmerrt to rectifi' tlre lirr-

gcring conscquenccs of thc niisdcccls eommitted


against African-Americans under slavery and Jim
Crorv urrd

to stop tlre o('('urrence of ltut.nan rights

r.iolations in the futurc.


C

.HRES 194 IH

".",""",1,T1:iZ

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
tlnited States
democracy and freetlom

\Mlrereas during the histor), of the Nation, tlre

has g'ro\rrr into

symbol

of

around the r,vorld;

\\'hereas the legar',1' of Africarr-Americatrs is intenror,ett lvitlt


the very fabrie of the democracr., and freedom of the

Unitcd States;
\\'lrereas millions of Afrir:arrs and tlreir desrrendarrts \\,ere
enslaved in thc United Statcs and thc 13 American colonies from 1619 through 1865;
\\rhereas Africarrs ftlrced itrto slaver.)' \\'ere bnrtalized, hurnili-

ated, dehumanized, and suhjected to thc indignit,v of


bcing strippcd of thcir names and heritagc;
\\'hereas nrauJ' errslaved families were torrr apart after family
mcmbers wcre sold separatell-;

\Mrcrcas thc s;,stenr of slarrery and thc viscera,l racisrn against


people of Afrir'arr descerrt upon u,lric:lr it deperrded beeame
enmeshed

in the social fahric of tlic llnited Statcs;

\\hereas slavery u,as not oificialll' abolished until the ratificatiorr of tlre 13tlr amendmerrt to tlre Clonstitution of tlre
United Statcs in 1865, after thc end of thc Civil War;

\ilrcrcas aftcr cmancipation from 246 years of slavcry, Afi'itran-Americarrs soon sa\y the fleetirrg politital, social, trnd
eeonomic gains the.v" made during' Reconstruetion evis-

cerated b.t' r.i nrle

tt

ra<rism, l.r.trcl r i ttgs,

isenf rarr clt isemet tt,

Black Cocles, and racial scglcgatiou lau's that imposed a


rigid slrstern of ofTiciall), sanctioucd racial scgrcgation in
virtualll, all areas of lif'e;
Wrcrcas thc systcm of de jure raeial segregation knonu as
"Jirn Crow", rvhich arose in certtrin parts of thcr {lnited
States after tlre Oivil War to rrreate separate arrd ulrequarl
socictics for \\tritcs antl African-.tmcricans, \ras a direct
result of the racism against peoplc of African descent
tlrat lvas ertgettdered b.v slavervl
\\hcreas thc systcm of Jim Crou, lau's officiallv existed until
the 1960s-a ccntury aftcr tirc ofticial end ofi slavery irt
tlre tTrrited States-urrtil L)orrgress took action to end it,
but the vestiges of Jim Crow continue to this da;,;
\\hcreas African-Alc,r'icans continuc to suff'er frorn thc consequerl(.es of slaven, attd Jinr Crtxr, l;111's-l1rng after both
systems wcrc formaily abolislicd-through cnormous
darnage ancl loss, botli tangible and intangible, including
the loss of Immarr digrritl- arrd libertl';
\\hercas the ston, of the enslavement and dc jurc segregation
of African-Anericaus anrl thc dehumanizing atrocities
committed agairrst tlrem slrould rrot be llrged fi'orn or
minimizecl in the telliug of tlie history of the United
States;

\Vlrereas tl rose African-,r\nrerir:ans l,l tri strffered under slaver"v

and Jim Crow lau's. and tlieir dcsccndants, exemplifv thc


strength of thrr human character anrl providc a moclcl of
(,ourage, r:ommitmerrt, atrcl perse\reralr(ie;

lfiIhcrcas on Jul.v B, 2003, during a

trip to Goree Island, Scnegal, a former slavc port, Prcsident George \V. Busli ackrrorvleilged tlre crorttitruirrg legacy of slaver)' iu lif'e irr t,he
tscoN

26 ES

United States and the rreed to confrorrt that legarr., \A,llen


hc statcd that slavcry "\,as
oltc of the greatest
crimes of history . . The racial bigotry f'cd lrv slavcn,
did rrot errd u.itlr slavery or u,ith segregation. A.rrd marry

of the issues tliat still trouble America have roots in the


bittcr experiencc of other tirncs. But hou,evcrr long the
jourrrer,, our destirrr. is set: liberty and .justiee fbr all.";
\Vhereas Presidcnt Bill Clinton also acknorvleclged thc dcepseated problems caused b;, the continuing legacl, of rac-

ism agairrst Afrir:arr-Anrerir:arrs tlrat begarr u'ith

slaver.r,,

when hc initiatecl a nationai dialogue about race;

\\Ihereas an apologl' fbr ccnturies of bmtal dehumanization


and irr.justices crannot erase tlre past, but corrf'ession of
the rmongs committed ancl a formal apologl' to Africananericans rvill hclp bind thc wounds of the Nation that
are rooted irr slavery and r:an speed racial lrealirrg arrd
rcconciliation and hclp the people of thc Llnitccl States
undcrstand thc past and honor thc history of all people
of the Llrrited States;
\\rhereas the legislatures

of thc Commonu'ealth of virginia

and the States of Alabarna, Florida, Maryland, arrrl


Nortlr Carolina lrave takerr tlre lead irr adoptirrg resolutions officially expressing al)propriate remorse for slavery,
and other State legislatures are considering similar resolutions; and
\Vhcreas

it is irnportant for tlie peoplc of the Unitecl Statcs,

who legall;. ...oOized slavcry through thc Constituti<ln


and the lau,s of tlre Urrited States, to make a f'ormal

for

and for its successor, Jim Crow, so


thcy can tlto\ro tbnvard and scek reconciliation, justice,
and lrarrnorry fbr all people of the Ilnited States' Nou,,
apologl.

thercfore, be
tscoN

26 ES

slar,erJ,

it

I
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Rcsolucrl by the Senute (the House of Represuttttti,ues

2 concttrt'irt0),
3

That thc

sense

of the Congrcss is the fol-

lowing:

(1) At,oL(xly F'oIt 'rItE

ENSI-\\'EMItrN.I. ,\ND

SE(iltE(iATION OI,' AI,'Itl('AN-A\{Elil(rAxS.-The Con-

gTess-

(A) ackrrotvledges tlre firndamental irfus-

7
8

ticc, erueltv, brutality, ancl inhumanit.v of slat

ery and Jim (lrorv laws;

10

(R) apologizes to ,\fritrarr-Amerit:nrrs orr be-

11

half of the people of the Uuitecl States, for the

t2

\\,lr'ongs couuuitted against

13

cestors

I4

Crow lali's; and

l,lro suff'ered urrder slaven- arrd

((') expresses its

15

thcrn and their un-

recornmitment

to

Jirn

the

t6

prinrriple tlrat all peoplc arc crrratcd cclual arrd

t7

cnclorvccl

18

and tlie pursuit of happincss, anrl calls on all

t9

poople

20

eliuiinating racial prc,judices, injustices, ancl dis-

21,

crirnination from our socic$.

22

(2) f)tstl..\IuER.-Notlriug in this resolution-

24

of thc United States to u'ork tou.ard

(A)

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u-ith iualienable rig'hts to lifc,, Iibcrtl',

authorizes

or supports an]'

against the tinited Statcs; or

TSCON 26 ES

claim

1
2

(B)

ser\res as

settlernent

of anv claini

against the LTnitcd Statcs.


Passcd the Scnatc Junc 18, 2009.

Attest:

Secretary.

TSCON 26 ES

11I'ru (Y)N(iRE*t

s. cON, RES. 26

CONCUruNT RISOIUTION
Apologizing lilr the enslavenrent and rarinl
segle,gtrtion of ,\1t'icarr-,\rnericans.

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