Abdul Henderson

Congressional Black Caucus

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Abdul Henderson is the executive director of the Congressional Black Caucus.

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A veteran documentary cameraperson reflects on a moment she filmed years earlier...and only recently realized what a brave and monumental act she'd captured. [EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]

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A veteran documentary cameraperson reflects on a moment she filmed years earlier...and only recently realized what a brave and monumental act she'd captured. [EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]

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