C. DeLores Tucker

C. DeLores Tucker

Cynthia Delores Tucker was an African-American politician and civil rights activist best known for her participation in the Civil Rights Movement and her stance against gangsta rap music. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
C. DeLores Tucker has 44 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1984 Convention as a Delegate for Pennsylvania. The year with the most videos was 1997 with seven videos as a Chairman for the National Polit. Congress of Black Women. Most appearances with Jesse Jackson (6), Dorothy I. Height (6), Eleanor Smeal (4). Most common tags: African Americans, Gender Issues, Women in Politics.

Appearances by Title:c. October 31, 2000 - Present President, National Polit. Congress of Black Women Videos: 2 c. August 28, 2002 - Present President, National Congress of Black Women Videos: 1 c. January 6, 1994 - Present Chairman, National Polit. Congress of Black Women Videos: 21 January 1, 1982 - Present Delegate, Pennsylvania Videos: 1

Previously

Chairman, Woman's National Democratic Club c. May 9, 1990 - c. January 6, 1994 Videos: 14 President, Bethune-Dubois Fund c. June 20, 1990 - c. July 18, 1990 Videos: 1 Chairman, Black Caucus, Democratic National Committee c. April 22, 1989 - c. May 9, 1990 Videos: 3 Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees, NAACP c. November 1, 1989 - c. March 19, 1990 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • Sojourner Truth Crusade

    Sojourner Truth Crusade

    Participants talked to reporters about a campaign to include Sojourner Truth in a monument to the women’s suffrage movement…

  • <em>Growing Up X</em>

    Growing Up X

    Ms. Shabazz, daughter of the late civil rights activists Malcom X and Betty Shabazz, discussed her coming of age memoir, Growing…

  • Election 2000 Issues Debate

    Election 2000 Issues Debate

    After remarks by members of Congress, Professor Walters and Mr. Armstrong debated African-American issues, both conservative…

  • Million Family March

    Million Family March

    Thousands gathered on the national mall to renew their commitment to family solidarity and to advocate a number of causes.…

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