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Congresswoman Joyce Beatty

Representing the 3rd District of Ohio

Civil Rights

 

Beatty's Fighting for Civil Rights

I have worked my entire life to secure equal rights for all Americans and to create an America not defined by color. Everyone should be able to live their lives free from discrimination based on race, gender, ethnicity, age, religion, sexual orientation, political affiliation, and disability status.

Read more below, or please contact my office for more information concerning my work and views on Civil Rights.

More on Civil Rights

Oct 11, 2016 Announcements
The Human Rights Campaign released its Congressional Scorecard for the 114th Congress, a measure of Members of Congress’ voting record on LGBTQ equality. U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (OH-03) earned a perfect score of 100 percent.
Oct 5, 2016 Press Release
Bill stipulates that at least one woman and an individual of a racial or ethnic minority must be interviewed when there is a vacancy among the Federal Reserve Regional Bank presidents.
Sep 22, 2016 News Articles
Congresswoman Beatty appeared on CNN to talk about the Congressional Black Caucus's march to The Department of Justice to encourage their engagement in police-involved shooting investigations.
Sep 22, 2016 News Articles
Rep. Joyce Beatty told CNN's John Berman that lawmakers "can't be silent."
Sep 19, 2016 News Articles
A coalition of businesses and nonprofits will recruit poll workers in a new program called Day of Democracy.
Sep 16, 2016 Press Release
Congresswoman recognized for her commitment to advancing, securing and protecting the rights of African-American women and families
Sep 16, 2016 News Articles
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and U.S. Rep. Joyce Beatty, a Democrat from Columbus, sponsored legislation to make the house of John P. Parker, a national monument and study its feasibility as a national park site.
Sep 12, 2016 Press Release
Senator Brown and Congresswoman Beatty led members of the Ohio Democratic delegation in calling for national recognition of the John P. Parker House.
Sep 12, 2016 News Articles
A group of Congress members from Ohio want the National Park Service to designate the Cincinnati-area house of a former slave and abolitionist as a national monument.
Aug 26, 2016 Announcements
“On this day in 1920, women finally were granted the long overdue right to vote.” Beatty said.

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