Engagement by party
From Rep. Torres, representing New York

Throughout #BlackHistoryMonth we’ll spotlight Black leaders & historical moments that transformed the #Bronx. Today, we celebrate @bronxbp Vanessa Gibson, the 1st Black female Bronx Borough President. You are an inspiration to young women & men who aspire to be in elected office.

Bronx, NY—Washington, DC

Happy Birthday to our @bronxbp Vanessa Gibson! Hope it is a great one & cheers to many more. Thank you for your strong leadership and dedication to our borough.

From Rep. Williams, representing Georgia

Check your email📧 - I sent my latest Rep. Nikema's News You Can Use today! Learn more the legislation Congress passed during #BlackHistoryMonth to advance our fight for justice and get info on federal resources! ➡️

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From Rep. Strickland, representing Washington

Honored to join @womendemocracy to celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth where I had the opportunity to share personal stories and experiences on breaking barriers with other Black female Washington state officials and local leaders.

Check out the event below!

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From Rep. Johnson, representing Georgia

#FlashBackFriday: I closed out #BlackHistoryMonth with a visit to @PrideRoadLLC.
This black-owned, family-owned business is a great example of hard work and persistence paying off and building generational success in Georgia’s Fourth Congressional District.

As a recipient of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Value-Added Producer Grant (VAPG), I hope that their story will inspire other minority farmers to put themselves out their and learn more about grant programs that can benefit their businesses and their families.

From Rep. Carter, representing Louisiana

⏰ Time is running out! ⏰ High School students who live in #LA02 are eligible to enter my office’s #BlackHistoryMonth Essay Contest.

Share your dream for a brighter future in an 500 word essay by March 8th at 6pm CT. Information and submission form here:

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From Rep. Carter, representing Louisiana

These New Orleans students, parents, and education advocates brought some sun to D.C. today.

Glad to meet with you today to talk about my #BlackHistoryMonth Essay Contest, life as a member of Congress, and HBCUs.

Welcome to your Capitol!

From Rep. Carter, representing Louisiana

As #BlackHistoryMonth ends & #WomensHistoryMonth begins, my office wants to highlight Myra Richardson.
An activist, entrepreneur & @SouthernU_BR Poli Sci major, Myra founded a consulting group & is the youngest ED of the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce. 1/3

Called to activism in 2016, she helped lead a march that brought thousands together to protest police violence.
From protest to policy, her transformational activism led her to be recognized by the Obama Admin. Myra also received a 40 Under 40 Award by the BR Biz Report. 2/3

To Myra, #BlackHistoryMonth means celebrating our legacy while creating the future. She believes there shouldn’t be a peak moment when protecting Black futures but centering the work in our personal lives. 3/3

From Rep. Davids, representing Kansas

As #BlackHistoryMonth comes to a close, I want to highlight Elwood “Bingo” DeMoss. Born in Topeka, he is considered one of the best second basemen in Negro League history.

Beyond his stellar stats, he also had a passion for supporting the next generation of Black athletes.