Kerline Jules Shares the Story Behind the Distinguished Gentlemen Project on the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s The Village Blog.

Fellow Impact Agents,

Check out my latest blog post with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s The Village Blog entitled:

If We Don’t Celebrate Our Brothers…Who Will?

As an appointed Village Ambassador for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Blog, The Village, I provide a voice and critical perspective on issues of concern within the African Diaspora community.

Be sure to check out The Village Blog  www.cbcfinc.org/thevillage and my past postings, visit: www.cbcfinc.org/thevillage/author/kerline-jules/.

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2014 Distinguished Gentlemen Honorees

About The Village

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.’s official blog, The Village, is an online community dedicated to exploring issues facing African Americans and the Diaspora. Our community of bloggers, otherwise known as Village Ambassadors, are educators, members of law enforcement, college students, and concerned people, who share their diverse perspectives on public policy, pop culture, news and other issues impacting black people around the world.

About The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation

he Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Incorporated, established in 1976, is a non-partisan, non-profit, public policy, research and educational institute intended to broaden and elevate the influence of African Americans in the political, legislative and public policy arenas.

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About Kerline K. Jules (675 Articles)
A native of Miami, Florida, Kerline Jules is one of South Florida’s leading young professionals and community leaders invested in public service and passionate about elevating the message of social and economic empowerment. Kerline believes a legacy of good intentions is no legacy at all; her very focus is on making sure that her life’s work makes an impact.

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