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The newly launched African American Mayors Association (AAMA) was established to represent over 500 African American mayors and their 48 million constituents across the United States.
We are a premiere organization representing black elected officials, and we focus on empowering our mayors in their communities and elevating their voice on a national stage.
In 2012, President Obama won his re-election with 93% of the African American vote. Mayor William Bell of the African American Mayors Association discusses securing a high turnout among African Americans voters.
by Roy L. Austin Jr., Karol Mason Today, officials from the White House, the Department of Justice (DOJ), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) welcomed a diverse group of federal officials, non-profit workers, faith leaders, school administrators, researchers, and child welfare advocates to the White House, to announce a series of steps […]
By Anna Gorman and Julie Appleby As states gear up for round two of Obamacare enrollment next month, they have their sights set on people like Miles Alva. Alva, 28, works part-time at a video store and is about to graduate from Cal State Northridge. Getting insured is about the last thing on […]
African American Mayors Association Supports the President’s My Brother’s Keeper Communities Challenge
Washington, D.C. (September 30, 2014) – The African American Mayors Association (AAMA) commends President Obama on the launch of the My Brother’s Keeper Communities Challenge. The AAMA is committed to working with the White House and other national organizations to ensure that municipalities rise to the challenge to create a comprehensive plan of action to […]