Jackie Kucinich: John Conyers’ Place in Civil Rights History Does Not Excuse His Behavior

‘He does have a very important place in civil rights history’

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KUCINICH: "The fact that the Congressional Black Caucus is now involved and met with him last night, really does bring up how serious this is and how serious it should be taken. Ultimately, they’re leaving it with Congressman Conyers to make that decision, but clearly he is being pressured to resign without being pushed out because of — I mean, he was a founding member of the Congressional Black Caucus.He does have a very important place in Civil Rights history. That said, that doesn’t excuse what he is accused of doing."

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