Flashback Friday: 110 Years and Counting

Thank you Congresswoman Frederica Wilson for posting this lovely collage from the Capitol Hill celebration, acknowledging 110 years of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and the contributions of one of its founders, Ethel Hedgeman Lyle. And yes, #SheDeservesAStamp!💕💚 Congresswomen Alma Adams, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Terri Sewell, Sheila Jackson Lee and Bonnie Watson Coleman were also in attendance.

For Representative Frederica Wilson the time for Infrastructure Week is Now!

Representative Frederica Wilson (D-FL) celebrated the launch of Miami's Brightline with her Florida Congressional colleagues Representatives Bill Shuster, Grace Napolitano, Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Carlos Curbelo.  The service will not only bring higher-speed passenger trains to Miami, but also jobs, jobs, jobs! With much fanfare, dignitaries rode the BrightPink train to the new downtown Miami Central station where the new service was announced.

TBT: Repping the Pink and Green

Thank you Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee for posting this beautiful picture from Capitol Hill in 2015 with sisters in arms in the House of Representatives - Congresswomen Alma Adams, Frederica Wilson, Terri Sewell and Bonnie Watson Coleman.  

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Press Release: Congresswoman Jackson Lee Urges Trump Administration to Reverse Decision to End TPS for Hondurans

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Urges a Reversal of the Decision to End Temporary Protected Status for Hondurans Living in the United States and calls on Congress to pass H.R. 4253, the American Promise Act “The decision to end Temporary Protected Status for 57,000 Honduran nationals, including more than 8,000 in Texas, is insensitive, appalling and offensive. Forcing them to return home is inhumane and stands diametrically inapposite to our country’s longstanding informal edict: to welcome the tired, poor and huddled masses.  Read More>>