LETTER TO THE EDITOR by Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson Peace is best described as freedom from conflict, violence and war. Yet, as we look around our communities and our world today, we cannot say that we are at peace. Brutal conflicts exist in nearly every part of the globe. Yet, the [...]
LETTER TO THE EDITOR by Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson While a clinical student and professional nurse, I witnessed the suffering that breast cancer causes in the lives of so many people, particularly women. Each year, according to the World Health Organization, nearly 500,000 women lose their lives to the condition. According to health professionals, some [...]
LETTER TO THE EDITOR by Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson The expansion and creation of small businesses is extremely important to America’s recovery from a period of intense economic instability. In Texas there are approximately two million small businesses. They are the largest employers in our state, representing more than forty-five percent of private sector jobs. [...]
LETTER TO THE EDITOR by Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson Each day approximately 1.5 million Americans engage in a battle with their own bodies due to Lupus. Often times this internal conflict is unknown to their families and friends. Even though the disease can strike men and women of all ages, 90 percent of its victims [...]
This year’s theme was Women, Technology, & Peacebuilding
Johnson: My goal in redistricting has always been to ensure that both the African-American and Latino populations in North Texas have their voices heard in the electoral process
Local volunteers gathered to help Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson plant fruit trees in five Dallas locations as one step to further her plan of eradicating hunger in the Dallas area
Johnson: Congresswoman Giffords is a shining example of our Democratic system of government
January 24, 2012 | Posted in Politics
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Special Guests include the Honorable Craig Watkins, First Lady Serita Jakes and the Dallas Police Department.
Hubbard: Will residents of Southern Dallas be able to move past name recognition and toward analyzing the effectiveness of the incumbents?