Detroit, MI - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14) announced a $241,768 Community Policing Development (CPD) grant to the City of Detroit. Awarded by the U.S.
Detroit, MI - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14) announced nearly $800,000 in Great Lakes Restoration grants for Detroit-based projects.
Detroit, MI - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14) applauded the U.S. Department of Education’s approval of Michigan’s American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) plan and distributed remaining ARP ESSER funds to the state.
Washington, DC - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14), a 30-year veteran of the United States Postal Service (USPS) and member of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, blasted Postmaster General Louis DeJoy for implementing service standard changes as outlined in USPS’s “Delivering for America” plan.
Washington, DC - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14) voted in favor of HR 3577, the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA). Amid a dangerous assault on women’s basic health freedoms – from state houses across the country to the U.S.
Washington, DC - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14) voted for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2022. Rep.
Washington, DC - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14), Founder and Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus on Black-Jewish Relations, voted for H.R.5323, the Iron Dome Supplemental Appropriations Act.
Washington, DC - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14), 2nd Vice Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), joined her CBC colleagues at a press conference to speak out against the inhumane treatment of Haitian migrants at the United States southern border.
Washington, DC - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L.
Washington, D.C. - Today, U.S. Representative Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14), Committee on Oversight and Reform Chairwoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12), Subcommittee on Government Operations Chairman Gerald E. Connolly (VA-11), and Subcommittee on National Security Chairman Stephen F.
Lynching is not considered a hate crime under federal law, but that’s expected to change soon. The U.S. House voted 410-4 on Wednesday to approve a bill called the Emmett Till Antilynching Act. The bill would specifically list lynching as a hate crime, which is identified as a crime that targets people based on their race or other specific characteristics.
Members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. took to Capitol Hill on Tuesday in droves, meeting with congressional leaders and staffers and pushing legislation important to the Black community.
Michigan's Democratic U.S. Rep. Haley Stevens is urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to adopt stricter lead and copper rules, months after Michigan implemented it's own stringent standards that could serve as a model.
When the city of Detroit auctioned off a number of lots near Wyoming street in 1967, Marlena Tunstall and her husband knew they had to bid on a piece of land. That land became the starting point for their life together, the place where they built their home from the ground up and where they raised their family.
This week on People of the Pod, three members of the bipartisan Congressional Caucus on Black-Jewish Relations speak about the purpose of the alliance, and how it has evolved since the body was formed last year by the Atlanta Black-Jewish Coalition, a segment of the American Jewish Committee (AJC).
It got popular the way a lot of things do: celebrities and social media.
A museum dedicated to women's history is one step closer to join the monuments and museums on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly last week to approve a bipartisan bill called the Smithsonian Women's History Museum Act. Now it heads to the Senate.
Yesterday morning, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-05) delivered remarks at the 39th annual Black History Month Breakfast. He joined keynote speaker Congresswoman Val Demings (FL-10), Congressman Anthony Brown (MD-04), and hundreds of Fifth District residents and community leaders at today’s event.
In a Feb. 12 Capitol Hill hearing that stretched more than three hours, Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham updated the 2020 effort and fielded questions from the House of Representatives’ Oversight and Reform Committee.
A bill that passed the House of Representatives earlier this week stipulates creating a women’s history museum in the District as part of the Smithsonian Institution. And it is likely to be built on the National Mall.