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Mayor Walter Washington meets with Washington Press Corp during his administration.

HAILED AS NEW ALL AMERICAN LEADER during recent Congressional Black Caucus convention in Washington, D.C., Rev. Jesse Louis Jackson (c) is saluted by (l-r) Rep. William H. Gray III (D-Philadelphia); Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young; Rep. Katie Hall (D-Ind.); District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry; Dorothy Height, President of the National Council of Negro Women, and Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.), co-chairman, Wlater Mondale-Geraldine Ferraro presidential campaign, at CBC Prayer Breakfast: (Center)-

CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS Democratic party members Cardiss Collins (Chicago) William H. Gray III (Philadelphia), Katie Hall (Indiana) and Julius C. Dixon (Los Angeles), present award to Congresswoman Hall for her leadership in her first term in the House of Representatives before losing in her hometown primary election as a result of small voter turnout. The 21 black members of Congress hoped to add three more Representatives to the Caucus this year as a result of elections in Mississippi, South Carolina and Ohio.

Ossie Davis, the distinguished actor, writer, activist, was one of the main voices at a recent Black Caucus session.

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