Remarks by President Biden at Screening of “American Born Chinese” in Celebration of AANHPI Heritage Month

East Room 8:06 P.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT:  My name is Joe Biden.  (Laughter.)  I’ve never won an Academy Award.  (Laughter.)  Can’t act worth a damn.  (Laughter.)  Can’t sing, can’t dance.  Can’t do much of anything.  (Laughter.)  But it’s good to be with all of you.  Good evening, everyone.  This the largest Asian American, Native Hawaiian,…

A Proclamation on National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, 2022

Forty years ago, the President’s Task Force on Victims of Crime was established to help those who had experienced crime and their families — an important step toward the protection of and support for victims’ rights.  Over the years, crime victims’ rights have evolved.  Dedicated professionals have worked to develop support and services for survivors…

Remarks by Vice President Harris on Making Communities Safer, Including Campuses of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

South Court AuditoriumEisenhower Executive Office Building 3:20 P.M. EDT THE VICE PRESIDENT:  Thank you so very much, Mr. President.  (Applause.)  Hi, everybody.  Good afternoon, everyone.  Please have a seat.  Good afternoon.  Good afternoon.  Good afternoon. Thank you, President Hudson, for that introduction and for your strong and steady leadership as the president of Jackson State…

FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Releases First-Ever U.S. National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism

Administration announces over 100 new actions and over 100 calls to action to combat antisemitism, including new actions to counter antisemitism on college campuses and online; whole-of-society strategy includes new stakeholder commitments. Today, the Biden-Harris Administration is releasing the first-ever U.S. National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism. This strategy includes over 100 new actions the Administration…

A Proclamation on Religious Freedom Day, 2022

From the earliest days of our Nation, courageous people from every part of the world have come to the United States in search of religious liberty, risking everything to flee oppression, persecution, and discrimination because of their beliefs.  Our Founders enshrined the principle of religious freedom in the First Amendment to our Constitution, establishing it as…

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