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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.
Dear Friends, We know that there was great interest in the call yesterday and wanted to send follow up information to make sure you all have the latest, whether or not you were able to join. This was a call that included all of our national stakeholders so everyone had the opportunity to hear directly […]
Speaking to U.N. panel, Mayor William Bell declares Birmingham a “thriving example of what change brings” following civil rights struggles
Speaking to U.N. panel, Mayor William Bell declares Birmingham a “thriving example of what change brings” following civil rights struggles Birmingham Mayor William Bell told a United Nations committee today that Birmingham, AL represents the best of what happens when people come together to demand and work to bring social change.
From the President’s Statement at 12:49 pm …. [First comments addressed Iraq] Now, second, I want to address something that’s been in the news over the last couple of days and that’s the situation in Ferguson, Missouri. I know that many Americans have been deeply disturbed by the images we’ve seen in the heartland of our […]
The African American Mayors Association (AAMA) offers its condolences to the family and community of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri who tragically died this week. The AAMA echoes the words of President Obama in saying that his death is heartbreaking, and we applaud Attorney General Holder’s commitment to a fulsome review. We also offer our […]