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Racial Amity Resolution passes U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON, D.C.- A recent resolution sponsored by U.S. Senators Thad Cochran and Edward Markey was approved by the senate on Friday. The resolution will designate Sunday, June 12 as a National Day of Racial Amity and Reconciliation.

“Good will among the American people strengthens our communities and country. This resolution encourages us to remember that we should work together to meet the challenges facing our nation,” said Cochran.

The resolution is focused on the motto on the national seal, “E Pluribus Unum” which translates to “Out of Many, One.” It encourages Americans to participate in activities together to support the goals of racial amity among all.

The original motto for the Seal of the Unites States, E Plurivus Unum, was adopted in 1782.

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