As a member of Congress representing Alabama's 7th District, I work to ensure that our federal government invests in the policies and programs that help our communities, our state, and our nation move forward.
Please fill out the Fiscal Year 2021 Appropriations Request submission by March 6, 2020.
I am proud to say that the state of our district is getting stronger because of the work we have done together thus far! Watch the full State of the District address here.
We are now accepting submissions for this year's Congressional Art Competition: “An Artistic Discovery: The 20/20 Vision."
Interested applicants must submit their artwork and student information and release form no later than March 9, 2020.
Artwork must be 26"x26", be 2-D and weigh less than 15 lbs.
Congresswoman Sewell is pleased to host a TRIO grants webinar. This webinar led by subject matter expert Tracy Lyons, will cover the available TRIO grants, timelines, how TRIO programs aid in student retention, the application process and the importance in data reporting and compliance. Register here for the free webinar on February 6, 2020 at 10:00 am CT.
We are thrilled to accept applications for our 2020 Summer Internship Program with spots available in our Washington, D.C., Birmingham, Montgomery, Selma and Tuscaloosa offices! Qualified applicants must have a 3.0 GPA or higher and be actively enrolled in a 2-4 year accredited college or university. Apply here by March 6!
“Voting is personal to me, not only because I represent America’s Civil Rights District—but because it was on the streets of my hometown, Selma, Alabama, that foot soldiers shed their blood on the Edmund Pettus Bridge so that all Americans—regardless of race—could vote!” Rep. Sewell said. “I am so proud that, today, the House took critical steps in addressing the Supreme Court’s Shelby decision and passed H.R. 4, the Voting Rights Advancement Act, to restore the Voting Rights Act of 1965 to its full strength.”
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Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-07) praised the House passage of the Emmett Till Antilynching Act (H.R.