This collection consists of memoranda, reports, drafts, publications, handwritten notes, correspondence, talking points, and press releases regarding One America in the 21st Century: The President’s Initiative on Race. One America came into existence as the result of Executive Order 13050. The organization consisted of a seven member Race Initiative Advisory Board appointed by the President himself. John Hope Franklin, a distinguished historian and educator, became the chairman of the committee. According to the Executive Order, the board’s primary mission to “counsel [Clinton] on ways to improve the quality” of the relationship between the many and diverse peoples of the United States.
White House Office of Records Management, Office of Cabinet Affairs, Office of Chief of Staff to the President, Office of Communications, Council of Economic Advisers (CEA), Office of Counsel to the President, Domestic Policy Council, Office the First Lady (First Lady's Office), Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of Legislative Affairs, Millennium Council, Office of Political Affairs, President’s Initiative for One America, Office of the Press Secretary (Press Office), Office of Public Liaison, White House Office of Special Projects, White House Operations Office, Women's Initiative & Outreach