The memo features detailed notes for a meeting that was to occur between President Lyndon B. Johnson and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The document is dated three days before the first march in Selma, Alabama. From the notes, voting rights was the focus of the meeting. (From IowaCulture.gov...
"On behalf of the associates below, representing the nation's four-and two-year public and private collages and universites, I write today to communicate the willingness of the higher education community to contribute to the administration's COVID-19 response efforts."
The Jamaican and Afghanistan governments have requested U.S. aid. In memos to the President, Henry Kissinger (memo one) and Brent Scowcroft (memo two) both highlight why these proposals should be approved. James E. Conner in (memo three) responds with the President’s decision.
A memo from staffers on the House Oversight Committee to the panel's members reveals the preliminary findings of the committee's investigation into antibody testing and warns that a lack of regulation over antibody tests could put people's health at risk.