Brady Supports Resolution Acknowledging the Role of Slave Labor in U.S. Capitol Complex Construction
In a Committee meeting held on Wednesday, June 10th, House Administration Committee Chairman Bob Brady presided over the approval of a concurrent resolution commemorating the role of slave labor in the original construction of the United States Capitol.
Calls shooting an "act of urban terrorism."
Congressman Brady selects art work of William Penn High School student for display in the Congressional High School Art Exhibition in the Capitol
Congressman Robert A. Brady (D., PA) has selected the artwork of Eric Sizer, a 12th grader at William Penn High School to represent the First Congressional District in the 28th annual Congressional High School Art Competition.
WASHINGTON, DC- Philadelphia area Congressional members met with Tom Vilsack, Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture, to discuss the decision made by the Bush administration to terminate the Philadelphia Universal Feeding pilot program.
Congressman Brady Congratulates the National Constitution Center for its Museum & Community Collaborations Abroad (MCCA) Program Award
PHILADELPHIA ---Congressman Brady today congratulated the National Constitution Center after being notified that the Center has been granted an award to participate in the Museum & Community Collaborations Abroad (MCCA) program.
PHILADELPHIA --- Congressman Robert A. Brady (D., PA) announced today the award of a $286,000 U. S. Department of Transportation grant for the Philadelphia Unemployment Project.
Washington, DC (April 29, 2009): The Committee on House Administration held a hearing today to review the results of a recent IG report on information technology at the Library of Congress.
Washington, DC (April 22, 2009): House Administration Chairman Robert A. Brady yesterday moved through the House a resolution clearing the way to use the Capitol Visitor Center's Emancipation Hall for the unveiling of a bust commemorating the life of civil rights pioneer and suffrage leader Sojourner Truth.
President's House Slavery Memorial Advances