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Apologizing fbr thc enslavenrcrtt and racial scgrcgation of ,\ti'ican-Amct'icans.

IN TIIE IIOUSI] OF' R!]PRESI]NTATIVI]S


I,'EIrRtr,\ttY 27, 2007

Mr. Cottns (fbr hinrsrrlf, l[r. Jttttxstlx of Georgia, NIs. J,rt'rsoN-LEIi of


Texas, nlr. RHauv uf Pennsflr'zuria, l{r. \\'Exr,ER, Ms. I(tt,p,trRlt'li, IVls.
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CApLr,\No, llr. R.wcBt,. l'Ir. PAyNII, llr. .Irl'r'pnsttx, NIr. El,LtsrlN, lfr.
Al, (innpx of 'lcxas, X'Ir. llt,'rrult!'t!lt,t), [[s. \Y,rrstlx, 1\Ir. IIIN(]IIUY,
Mr. Ur,rrAtrnli, lls. 0,tttsox, I\{r. Isturul,, l\lr. Atlrult}I.\N, l\Ir. D-tvts of
,\labama, 1\Ir. Lr\\'Is of Gcorgia, Xlr. AtlrncRoMIlIE, lIr. H,rng, Mr.
I(rxNnnv, lIs. Il.tt,nwlN, tr{r'. IIr)oRs, NIr. }'tt,Nutt, }Ir. IIoND,t, antl
Mr'. Kut'txrort) subrnittctl tlur ftrlkrwiug rr:soluti<ln; u'hi<rh l'as reti'r'rttl to
thc Comniittce on tlre Judician-

RESOLUTION
Apologizing fbr thc enslar/Lrmcnt and raciial scgrcrgation of
Af'ri can-Anr eri (' er r l s.

\\'hereas rnilliorrs of Africans and tlreir destrettdattts \\'ere


enslavecl in the Unitcd Statcs and tltc 13 American colonies fronr 1ti19 throug'h 18tj5:
\\rhereas slaver.y irr Ameriria resenrllled rrtl otlrer f'trrtn of irrrcluntary scn:itucle knou,n iu historlr, as Africans \\'ere cap-

tured and sold at auctit-rn like inaninrate ob.jeets or animals;

\\'lrereas Afrit:arrs ftrrced into slaver), \\'ere bnrtalized, lrumiliatcd, dchumanized, and suhjectcd to the indignitl. of
bcing stripprrd of their narrcs and helitage;

\\'hereas errslaved faniilies \vere torrr apart after havirrg


sold scparatcly from one anothcr;

beerr

\&hcreas thc st,stem of slavcr), and the r.isceral racism against


persons of Africarr descent uporl u,hirrlr it deperrded became cntrcnchccl in the Nation's social fabric;

\vhereas slaverv was not otficially abolishcd until thc passage


of tlre 13th Amerrdment to the flrrited States Constitu-

tion in 1865 aftcr the cncl of the Civil War, u.hich rvas
fbught or.er thc slavety issuc;
\\'hereas af'ter emarrcipatiorr f'rom 246 years of slaver.y, African-Americans soon saw thc flecting political, social, and
econonric gains thev madcr during Rcconstruction o,iscerated b1' rirulerrt raeism, h.rrclrirrgs, diserrfranchisemerrt,

Black Codcs. ancl raeial segrcgation larn s that imposed a


rigid systcm of ofticially sr,rr.troned racial segregation in
virtuallv all aretrs of lif'e;
\\'hercas tiie sl,stem of de jlre racial scgrcgation knor.n as
"Jim Crow," s'hich aros(l in certain parts of thcr Nation
fbllou.irrg tlre Ciril

\\'ar to

r.reate separate arrd urrequal

fbr u'hites ancl African-Americans, \r-as a clirect


rcsult of tlie racisnr against porsons of African descent
societies
errger

rdered b.t' slaverr-;

\\tereas the sl,sfsrn of Jim Crorv lau,s officialil, cxisted into


the 1960's-i1 ccntun- aftcr tlie official end of slavcry in
-r\t.rreri<:a-utrtil Congress took actiorr to end it, but tlre
vestigcs of Jim Crow continue to this day;
\\'hcrcas Af'rican-ancricaus continuo to suffcr from the consequen(ies of slaverl, arrd Jim Cnru:-1611g after b<ltlr s;'s.HRES 194 IH

tems \\rere fornralll' abolislred-tlrr<lugh errormous danlage

and loss, both tangihlc and intangiblc, inciucling thc loss


of human digriitv antl libcrtv, thc tirrstration of carrrcrs
arrd prof'essirlnal lives, arrd the loug-terrn krss of iur<trne
and opportunity;

\\hcreas thc stor1. of thc cnslnr.cmcnt and drr jurc segregation


of Afrit:arr-Arnericarrs arrd tlre delrumanizing atroeities
committccl against thcm should not hc purgcd from or
minirnizerd in the telling of Amcrican histon;
\\'lrereas orr Julv 8, 2003, during a trip to Goree Islarrd, Sen-

port, Prcsident George \\r, Bush acknou,ledged slaven,'s continuing lcrgacf in Arxrrican lif'c
arrd tlre ueed to <rorrfrorrt that legarl'u'lrerr lre stated tlrat
one of the greatcst crimes of history
slaverl. "$,as
. Tlie racial bigotry f'ed b"v slttt'crl' did not enrl with
slaver.1, or rvitlr segregation. And many of tlre issrres tlrat
still troubic Amcrica havc roots in tlic bitter experiencc
of other timcs. But hou'error long tho journo)', our <lcstin;'
is set: libertl' and justit'e firr all."1
eg'al, a former slave

\Mrcrcas President

Bill Clinton also acl<uorvletlgcd thc dcep-

seatcd problems caused b1' the continuing krgacl, of racr-

ism agairrst r\frir:arr-Anreri<.urrs tlrat begarr rvitlr sltrvery


when he initiated a nationai dialogue about racc;

\['hercras

a geuuinc apology is an iurportunt and neccssary

first step irr tlre

pro(.ess

of racial rer:orrciliatiurr;

l[ihcreas an apologl- for ccnturics of brutal dclmmanization


and injustices cannot crasc the past, but conf'ession clf
the u'nlrgs committecl carr speed racial healiug and reconciliation ancl ht:lp Amcricans confront the ghosts of
their past;

.HRES 194 IH

t'lrereas the legislature of tlre f)otntnotnvealth of Yirginia lras


reccntly takcn thc }cad in adol'rting a resolution officially
expressing appropriatc rcrnorsc tbr sltrvcry and other
State legislatures are consideriug similar resolutionsl arrd
Whereas

it is important for this courttrv, wliich legalll'recog-

nizcd slavcr1,' through its Constitution and its larvs, to


make a fbrnral apologp, fbr slaverl- atrd fbr its sll(i(iessor,
Jim Crou,, so tllat it can movc fonvard and scck rcconciliation, iustice, ancl harmony for all of its citizens:
Norv, tlrerefirre, be
1

it

Resolued, That the Ilouse of Reprgcgnfafilrsg-

(1) acknorn,lcdgcs the

fundamental injustice,

rrrueltr,, brutality, arrd irrhtrmanity

Jim

of

slavery atrd

Crorv;

(2) apologizes to African-Anericans on bchalf

of tlre people of tlre Lrrrited States, fbr tlre \wongs

eommitted against them arid their allcestors lr'ho

suff'ered untler slavcry and Jirri (lpe1ry; and

(3) expresses its contmitmettt to recti{r- the lirr-

of the rnisdccc'ls committed

10

gering conscqllerlces

11

against African-Anericans under slavery and Jim

12

Crorv and

l3

violations in the futurc.

to stop tlre o(i('urellce of ltumatt


C

.IIRES 194 IH

rights

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26

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
\Vlrereas dtrring the history of the Nation, tlre Ll'rrited States

has g'ro\l,n into

s1'rnbol

of democrac;' and frccdom

around the lvorld;

of African-Americans is irrtenn<lverr .lvith


the vcry fahrie of the democracv and freedom of the
United States;

\\'hereas the

lega<r1'

\\'lrereas millions
enslavcd

of Africans and tlreir

desrrerrdarrts \\,ere

in thc United States and the 13 Amcrican

colo-

nics from 1619 through 1865;


\Mrereas Africans f'rlrced irrto slaver)' \\,ere bnrtalized, hurniliatcd, dehumanized, and suhjectcd to thc indignitv of

bcing strippcd of their names and heritagc;

\[]rereas nrarr)' errslar-ed families rvere torrr apart after famill


members wcre sold separatell';
\\hereas the sl,stem of slavery and thc visccral racism against
people of Afrir.arr dest:ent upolr u,hiclr it deperrded beeame
cnmcsirecl

in thc social fahric of thc finited Statcs;

otficialll' abolishc,d until ther ratification of tlre 13th amerrdnierrt to tlre Corrstitutiorr of tlre
Llnitecl Statcs in 1865, after the end of tlie Cir-il War;

\Yhcrreas slaycrv u,as not

\\hcrcas aftcrr cmancipation from 246 r.ears of slavcry, African-Americarrs soorr saw tlre fleeting political, sor:ial, arrd
economic g'ains the1. made during Reconstruction evis-

(rerated b.)' r'inrler rt racism, lvnclrirrgs, disenfrartchisemerrt,

Black Codcs, and racial segrcgation la'rvs that imposcd a


rigid systcm of officiall;, sanctioncd racial scgregation in
r,'irtuallv all areas of lif'e;
Srllereas thc slrstcm of dc jgre racial scgrcgation

"Jim Crow", rvhich

arosL)

knol1

as

in certain parts of thrr l]nited

States af'ter tlre Uiril War to <rreate separate arrd unequal

\\hitcs and African-.{mericans, was a direct


result of the racism against people of African descent
socictics for

tlrat u'as engendered

b1' slaver),;

\frhereas the sl,stcm of Jim Cror,v lau's offieially existed

ultil

the 1960s-a century after the ofticial end <,rf slavcry in


tlre tlrrited States-urrtil Oongress took ar:tirxr to end it,
hut the vestiges of Jim Crorn, continuc to this day;

to suff'er from the consequell(ies of slavery arrd Jinr Crou, lau's-long after both
systems \vcre formally abolisliccl-through ellormorls

W'hereas African-Anericans continue

damage and loss, both tangible and intangibie, including

the loss of ltumatt digrrit.l. and libertr,;

\\trcrcas thc story of the enslavemcnt and cle jurc scgrcgation


of Airican-Ancricans and the dehumanizing atrocities
committed agairrst tlreni should rrot be prirged from or
minimized in the telling of tlie history of the flnited
States;

\\tlrereas tlrose,\frican-Amerir:arrs u,lro suffbred trnder slavery


and Jim Crou-la\4.s, and thcir desccndants, exemplifv the
strcngJbh

of thrr humnn charactcr and prol'idc a model of

(,ourage, comnritnlerrt, and perseverall(ie;

Wlicrcas on July 8, 2003, during a trip to Gorcc Islancl, Scnegal, a fbrmer slavc port, Prcsidcnt George W. Bush acknou4edged tlre contirruirrg legacy of slaveq' irr lif'e irr the
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United States and the rreed to cotrfrottt that legat:r', lvltett


olle of thc grcatest
he statcd that slavcry "\,as
Thc racial bigotry f'ct1 brr slavcn.
crimes of history .
did rrot errd uith slavery or with segregatiorr. Arrd malry
of thc issues that still troublc America have roots in thc
bittcr experiencc of other tirnes. But hou,cvtrr long the
jourrrev, our destirrf is set: libert.v and justiee ftlr all.";

\\hercas Prcsidcnt Bill Clinton also acknos,letlged thc dcepscated problems caused b;, the continuing legacy of racism agairrst Africarr-Americarrs tlrat begarr u'ith slaverv,
whcn hc initiatccl a national dialoguc abont racc;

\\'hereas an apology for ccnturics of brutal dchumanization


arrd irijustices t:antrttt erase tlre past, Ilut corrt'ession of
the rnrongs committed ancl a formal apologl, to AfrieanAmericans will liclp bind the wounds of tlie Nation that
are rooted irr slavery attd t:att speed racial lrealing arrd
rcconciliation and hclp thc people of the Unitecl Statcs
und.crstand tho past and honor thc history

of all

people

of the United States;

\\ihercas thc lcgislatures of thc Commonu'calth of Virginia


and the States of Alabama, Floriclzr, lIaryland, arrd
Nortlr Carolina have taken tlre lead irr adoptirrg resolutions officialll. exlrressing appropriate remorse for slavcrv,
and other State legislatures are consiclcring similar rcsolutions; arrd
Whcrcas

it is important for thc pcol'rlc of the Unitcd

States,

who lcgallv recogr.izcd slavcrry through thc Constitution


arrd the lau's of tlre Urrited States, to make a fbrmal
apologS. for slaverT and for its successor, Jim Crow, so
they can lno\rc tonva,rd and seck rcconciiiation, justicc,
and harrnorry fbr all people of the llnited States, Nou',
thcrcforc, hc
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26 ES

it

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I
Resolucrl by th,e Senrfie (the Ho'use oJ' Represcrfiotiues
2 conuu'rtng), That thc sense of thc Congress is the fol3 lowing:
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(1) Al,olocr" r'ott rIIn

ENSI-\\'EMIINT ,\NI)

sE(;rtIr()A1'IoN olr' AI,'III(IAN-A[,II

6
7
8

g'ress-

10
11
1,2
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2l
22
23
24

(A)

acknorvledges

til(]Axs.-The

Con-

the furrdamental irfus-

ticc, crucltv, brutality, ancl inhumanity of slav1,ry and

Jim

(,lrorv lau.sl

(R) apologizes to Africarr-Americarrs orr be-

half of the people of thc Uriiteci States, for the


\wongs comuritted agtrinst them and the,ir ancestors u,ho suff'ered urrder slaven- arrd Jirn
Crou, lau,s; and

((l)

expresses

its

recommitmcnt

to

tlio

prirrr:iple that all people are r:r'cratcd eclual arrd


enclorvecl

u'ith inalicnahle rights to life, Iibertl',

and the pursuit of hnppincss, and calls on all


peoplcr

of the Llnited

States

to rvork torvard

eliurinating racial prejudices, injustices, and discrirnination from our socicty.

(2) Dtst'1.,\IxEli.-Notlrirrg in this resolutiorr-

(A)

authorizcs

or

supports

against thc Ll'niterl Statcs; or

TSCON 26 ES

anl'

claim

i-t

(B)

sen/es as

a settlernent of

anv clairrr

against the tlnitcd States.

Passcd the Scnatc June 18, 2009.

Attest:

Secretary.

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