In #COVID19 & while we celebrate #PrideMonth, the administration announced rollbacks on health care protections for the LGBTQ community. I stand with our LGBTQ community against discrimination & will continue fighting for accessible health care for all.
Inspired by our young people and their hope for our future. The end of our high school seniors’ year wasn’t ideal, but our Class of 2020 showcased leadership and strength in doing what was best for our community. Congratulations, Class of 2020!
Incredible to see this Cary student succeed and rise up to help our community. Thank you, Eboni Simone Hayes, for your commitment to your education and service as an essential worker. Congratulations on your many accomplishments!
On #NationalGunViolenceAwarenessDay, we remember and continue to mourn lives lost to senseless gun violence, including students, movie theater-goers, shoppers, parishioners, children in their homes, and so many more. I stand with @MomsDemand and @GiffordsCourage to fight for common-sense federal gun-safety laws in Congress.
Together, we can prevent future gun-related deaths. #WearOrange
The images and videos of violence we’ve seen from the past several days are difficult to watch, but essential to witness. The fight for justice and truth should never be stopped or silenced.
I have spent my career fighting for equality, justice, and progress. I care deeply about our community and have worked to document police misconduct in racial profiling, and prosecutorial misconduct through the Racial Justice Act.
I worked to pass the South’s first anti-racial profiling bill, fought to reform juvenile justice programs, and opposed laws that would take our state backward.
Along with our community leaders, I have fought for policies that dismantle discrimination everywhere injustice is found. But there is so much work to be done.
In Congress, I will continue to fight for justice and the rights of all people. I will continue to push for economic security and social mobility for all people. I will work with anyone and everyone to create meaningful legislation that gets to the root of systemic racial injustice in this country.
We must all pay attention to this moment — we must understand that it’s on all of us to achieve progress and deliver justice. And we must work together so that we can move forward.
Let us all lean on each other to heal, and come together peacefully. There’s hard work ahead to create a society that recognizes injustice and repairs it with humanity.
In the NCGA, I was honored to have received North Carolina Nurses Association’s Legislator of the Year Award for my amendment requiring closer collaboration with medicine and nursing practices. Nurses are central to our health care delivery, and in Congress, I will continue to fight for our health care heroes.
Fantastic to see Golden LEAF Foundation making another $125 million available in loans for our NC businesses. We must continue to help our local economies, entrepreneurs and workers. https://www.wraltechwire.com/2020/05/04/golden-leaf-offers-another-125m-in-covid-19-disaster-loans-for-small-businesses