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Roy Austin, a Washington, D.C. attorney and former director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice, and Opportunity, didn't mince words when asked how Civil Rights are faring under Trump so far. “I'd have to give them an F minus. They aren't doing a single thing to protect Civil Rights,” he said.
Roy Austin, former director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice, and Opportunity under President Obama, spoke about the disproportionate levels of bullying and violence that transgender people face on a daily basis. Witnesses also focused on a recent announcement from Attorney General ...

Also on the panel were several Obama administration officials including Catherine Lhamon, former Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education; Roy Austin, former director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice, and Opportunity; and Ron Davis, former director of the ...
... Establishment of the Domestic Policy Council; Order 13501: Establishing the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board; Order 13502: Use of Project Labor Agreements for Federal Construction Projects; Order 13503: Establishment of the White House Office of Urban Affairs; Order 13504: Amending ...
Updated on Jan. 24 at 6:15 p.m. | President Donald Trump issued his first executive orders Friday and Tuesday. Executive orders date back to George Washington's presidency. They've been used to bypass Congress when the president believes he has constitutional authority to take action on his own.
"This is not your father's White House," Adolfo Carrion Jr., whom Obama appointed to lead his White House Office of Urban Affairs, told The Washington Post back in 2009. "This is a new way of looking at the new city-metro reality." Now, as he leaves the White House, Obama's legacy is being evaluated on ...

Adolfo Carrion knows a thing or two about city life. In addition to serving two terms as New York City's Bronx Borough President, he has a degree in urban planning and job experience as a minister and public school teacher in the Bronx, which is why Barack Obama has tapped him to serve in a newly ...
Roy Austin, a Washington, D.C. attorney and former director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice, and Opportunity, didn't mince ...
Roy Austin, a Washington, D.C. attorney and former director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice, and Opportunity, didn't mince ...
Austin was a former deputy assistant to President Obama for the White House's office of urban affairs and worked as a deputy assistant general ...
Austin was a former deputy assistant to President Obama for the White House's office of urban affairs and worked as a deputy assistant general ...
Members of Congress who have championed civil rights held a forum on Thursday titled “Civil Rights Under the Trump Administration-The First ...
Members of Congress who have championed civil rights held a forum on Thursday titled “Civil Rights Under the Trump Administration-The First ...
Gloucester County High School senior Gavin Grimm, a transgender student, speaks during a news conference in Richmond, Virginia, on March ...
... Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education; Roy Austin, former director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, ...
On his fifth full day as president of the United States, Donald Trump had already signed 12 executive orders, more than twice as many as his ...
From left, First Lady Melania Trump, President Donald Trump, Major General Bradley Becker, Vice President Mike Pence, and his wife Karen ...

"This is not your father's White House," Adolfo Carrion Jr., whom Obama appointed to lead his White House Office of Urban Affairs, told The ...
And, with the highest of hopes, Obama launched the White House Office of Urban Affairs and appointed former Bronx Borough President Adolfo ...
September 28, 2016 - Roy L. Austin Jr., Deputy Assistant to President Obama and Director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice, ...
Four years ago, city officials were thrilled when President Obama announced the creation of the White House Office of Urban Affairs. Led by ...
But some of Obama's executive actions in line with policies Trump campaigned on, so he may be less likely to move on them - orders like the one that established a White House Office of Urban Affairs or the White House Council on Women and Girls. Many ...
His administration is the most diverse in history, he had the Justice Department investigate Ferguson police twice for their history of racist behavior, he issued an executive order establishing the White House Office of Urban Affairs designed to ...
An appearance by Roy L. Austin Jr., deputy assistant to President Obama and Director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice and Opportunity, and a panel discussion among local players involved in the judicial proceedings surrounding ...
September 28, 2016 - Roy L. Austin Jr., Deputy Assistant to President Obama and Director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice, and Opportunity, right, talks during the 2016 Law School for Journalists event, Covering Police-Involved ...
"I'm all for artificial intelligence and machine learning, but I'm afraid we're not ready for it in the criminal justice space until we really and truly clean up the data," said Roy Austin, director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice ...
... Domestic Policy Advisor and the Director of the Domestic Policy Council Cecilia Munoz, lawyer Neil Eggleston and Director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice and Opportunity Roy Austin Jr. The meeting also included different ...
... attorney general for the Civil Rights Division Vanita Gupta, director of the White House Domestic Policy Council Cecilia Munoz, lawyer Neil Eggleston, and director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs, Justice, and Opportunity Roy Austin were ...
(NBC News) President Obama is expected to map out a new strategy to increase gun control sometime this week. The president will meet with Attorney General Loretta Lynch Monday afternoon to talk about ways to increase background checks for people ...


 

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