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Congresswoman Joyce Beatty

Representing the 3rd District of Ohio

Foreign Affairs and Immigration

 

Beatty on Foreign Affairs

I understand the important role that the United States plays in providing aid to those who need it around the world. Foreign assistance is a modest investment in a healthier and more stable world, and I am proud to live in a nation that routinely delivers international humanitarian aid. That is why I have consistently supported funding for global health and nutrition programs, refugee and disaster assistance, and the Peace Corps, to name just a few examples. Additionally, I believe we need an immigration system grounded in common sense and accountability that also addresses the issue of citizenship for undocumented immigrants who have been here for years.

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

More on Foreign Affairs and Immigration

Sep 20, 2021 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, U.S. Congresswoman and Congressional Black Caucus Chair Joyce Beatty (OH-03) issued the following statement on the influx of Haitian migrants:

May 27, 2021 Announcements
Beatty helps highlight and celebrate the history, culture, and contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history
May 26, 2021 Announcements
Take time to reflect on the service and sacrifice of our Armed Forces.
Mar 8, 2021 Announcements
March 8th is International Women's Day
Feb 24, 2021 Press Release
Hearing coincides with CBC celebration and recognition of ‘living black history.’
Feb 23, 2021 Press Release
Hearing will coincide with the celebration of ‘living Black history.’
Feb 23, 2021 News Articles
CBC Chair Beatty outlines 100 Day Plan of Action.
Feb 10, 2021 News Articles
The Congressional Black Caucus is locked in on advancing an aggressive legislative agenda aimed at addressing pressing issues affecting Black Americans as it eyes its 50th anniversary.
Feb 6, 2021 News Articles
The Congressional Black Caucus has reached what might be the apex of its power after 50 years in Washington — but it’s also staring down its most daunting to-do list yet.
Dec 9, 2020 Press Release
If confirmed, Retired Four-Star General Austin Lloyd would be first Black Secretary of Defense.

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