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- Marion Barry D.C. Council Member (D-Ward 8); Chairman, Committee on Housing and Urban Affairs; former Mayor of the District of Columbia
- Rev. Carlton Veazey Pastor, Fellowship Baptist Church; President, Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
- Jeffrey D. Richardson President and CEO, Gertrude Stein Democratic Club
- Harry Jackson Senior Pastor, Hope Christian Church, Beltsville, Md.
- Sophia Nelson Editor-in-Chief, PoliticalIntersection.com; contributor, The Huffington Post, TheRoot.com; Attorney; President I-ASK Inc.
- Kwabena "Rainey" Cheeks Bishop, Inner Light Ministries
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