Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., (left) at emergency CBC meeting. ([email protected])

Congressional Black Caucus members have had it with President Donald Trump and his allegedly racist administration.

The CBC is enraged at Trump’s lukewarm, disingenuous and morally equivalent response to the hate crimes against Blacks and Jews in Charlottesville, Virginia recently.

After an emergency meeting was called, the CBC is doubling-down on their efforts to #RootOutRacism in the White House and any other branch of the federal government.

CBC chairman Cedric Richmond is spearheading the campaign that will focus efforts on combating racist government official as well as racist policy.

“The people that work in the White House should not be white nationalists or white supremacists,” Richmond said on a conference call with NBC News reporters Monday. “[Steve] Bannon is gone but you still have [Stephen] Miller and [Sebastian] Gorka and that still sends a horrible message and anyone else in the White House who shares those views.”

Per Twitter updates, the following are the things the CBC is doing in what they call the @OfficialCBC presentation of #RootOutRacism:

Check out the rest of what the CBC is doing to root out racism in Washington:

Terry Shropshire

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