Remember the Fallen: Cosponsor the Fort Pillow National Battlefield Park Study Act

From 1861 to 1865, the bloody American Civil War pitted the Union against the Confederate States of America.  The many battles that took place during the war saw both heroic actions and acts of brutality, culminating with the surrender of the Confederacy
at Appomattox Court House.  Today we are knowledgeable about these events due to the many studies and the abundance of research that has been done surrounding the Civil War.  However, the experiences and contributions of black soldiers have often been overlooked
in the wider narrative surrounding the Civil War.

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Stop Eritrean Deportations!

Please join us in cosponsoring the Suspend the Unjust Removals of Eritreans (SURE) Protection Act to prevent the United States from deporting hundreds of Eritreans who would likely face reprisal upon return.

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Remember the Fallen: Cosponsor the Fort Pillow National Battlefield Park Study Act

From 1861 to 1865, the bloody American Civil War pitted the Union against the Confederate States of America.  The many battles that took place during the war saw both heroic actions and acts of brutality, culminating with the surrender of the Confederacy
at Appomattox Court House.  Today we are knowledgeable about these events due to the many studies and the abundance of research that has been done surrounding the Civil War.  However, the experiences and contributions of black soldiers have often been overlooked
in the wider narrative surrounding the Civil War.

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Promote Diabetes Prevention Through a Postal Stamp

More than 100 million adults suffer from diabetes or prediabetes across the country.  For the millions of Americans at risk of developing diabetes, access to healthier food and regular exercise can reduce the incidence of diabetes in high-risk individuals
by as much as 58 percent.  These preventive measures can decrease the risk of not only type 2 diabetes, but also the chances of heart and kidney disease.

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