(The Hill) -- President Obama huddled with top civil rights leaders at the White House on Wednesday, hours after his party lost control of the Senate.
The meeting included a discussion of ObamaCare implementation, education and criminal justice issues, according to a White House official.
"The president also highlighted how we are looking forward to working with the leaders over the next two years to advance these and other critical issues facing the country," the official said.
Attendees at the meeting included NAACP President Cornell Brooks, National Urban League President Marc Morial and Rev. Al Sharpton.