The requests in this letter were suggested, and are supported, by the National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition and the National Indian Health Board (NIHB). The letter was joined by 19 of their colleagues in Congress.
“The people of Zambia have spoken in electing Mr. Hakainde Hichilema as their next president. The Zambian electoral commission and international election observers have declared the election transparent and peaceful but condemned the restrictions on freedom of assembly and movement during the election.
“Darryn has more than a decade of experience working in public service at the local, state and federal level on behalf of the people of Los Angeles,” said Congressmember Bass. “His continued dedication to advancing social and economic justice for our area makes him well-equipped to serve in this role.”
“Jacqueline’s tireless work on behalf of the people of Los Angeles makes her a terrific choice as District Director,” said Congressmember Bass. “I value her ability to get things done. I look forward to continuing to work with her, especially since she has a real heart for connecting people to resources.”
“Ahead of tomorrow’s elections where the people of Zambia will have the chance to have their voices heard as they vote for president, members of the National Assembly and other local officials, I urge the current Government of Zambia to have free, fair, inclusive, and transparent elections.
"I am deeply concerned by the recent calls from the Government of Ethiopia to expand the size of its armed forces. I am also deeply concerned by the actions of the Tigray Defense Force as they have expanded their military engagement and fighting in Amhara and Afar.
"I am disheartened by the latest Save the Children estimates of 2.3 million Nigerian children, 700,000 under the age of five, going hungry in northeastern Nigeria – an area ravaged over 10 years by violent extremism and humanitarian crisis. I echo the concern of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs that the combination of climate change, extremism, and the COVI
This bill, which was passed unanimously by the Senate and earned a strong bipartisan vote in the House, delivers $2.1 billion in emergency funding to secure the United States Capitol, address the costs of the deadly domestic terrorist attack on January 6th, and more. Importantly, this bill supports the heroic Capitol Police force, which put their lives on the line to de
"I am discouraged by the recent actions of President Kais Saied to dissolve the government and dismiss Parliament. If this is a reaction to protests by the people of Tunisia, this is troubling and imperils Tunisia’s fledgling democracy.
“After decades of increasingly punitive and failed juvenile justice policies, it’s time to take a step in a direction that recognizes that children are different than adults, that they have enormous potential for rehabilitation, change, and growth, and that we can do better to meet their developmental needs,” said Congresswoman Bass. “This applies to all children – no matter wh