It’s not enough

Our hearts are still raw and broken for the students and teachers who lost their lives in Uvalde, and for the families, friends, peers, and mentors left without them. We grieve with the people of Uvalde and for Texas, from Connecticut to Arizona, to Florida, Nevada, and Colorado.

Time and again our nation has asked, what is it going to take for us to make our schools and communities safer?

We know better

The Supreme Court is on the cusp of dismantling basic rights that have been upheld for two generations. As a result of this pending decision 36 million women across 28 states could lose access to essential healthcare services overnight.
That is not right. And to say we are disappointed, angry, and outraged…well, that just doesn’t cut it.
We don’t take rights away in this country. We don’t strip away privacy, and we don’t ban a person’s ability to make informed healthcare decisions because we disagree with it.

Results you can see

I thought I’d update you on some of the progress we’ve made here in the Fourth District. Just last month I secured over $12.4 million for 10 critical community projects across the district. We’re making progress from infrastructure improvements and academic enhancement to community resilience, revitalization, and innovation.

History Long Overdue

For the first time in its 233-year history, a Black woman has been confirmed to sit on the Supreme Court. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s qualifications, record on the bench, and her historic achievement today speak for themselves.

It took us over two centuries to take this significant step, and we will continue to work to break the barriers that prevent Black leaders from reaching the upper echelons of government and many parts of society.

2022 Democracy Summer Fellowship Program

Once again, my campaign is a partner in the 2022 National Democracy Summer School. This is an important project my friend and Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin created to train and educate college and high school-aged students as political activists, organizers, and leaders.

Marking Black History Month

For nearly fifty years we have marked Black History Month by recognizing and honoring the contributions and achievements of Black Americans. It’s a time to celebrate and highlight the wide-ranging roles so many have played in our country’s history. We also reflect on the contributions of African Americans and how important it is for all of us to make our communities more equitable and just.

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