HUD's Bridging the Wealth Gap initiative, which will allocate $113 million in funds to help low-income families increase their earned income and improve financial stability.
Fudge says that when coupled with the full promise of the Biden administration's Build Back Better Agenda, this is a chance in a lifetime to fundamentally transition the way individuals and families are housed and supported in communities. Housing affordability also includes homeownership and support for making that pathway more accessible to a broader group of people.
Ahead of the Democratic primary in Ohio's 11th Congressional District, Nina Turner says providing opportunities for constituents has no political ideology and goes back to the basic premise of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge made a permanent impression on the White House reporter pool on Thursday, after she was forced to give a short lesson on manners.
Following Fudge's confirmation announcement, several civil rights organizations voiced their hope that she will forge a new chapter in addressing systemic racial inequities in housing.
Former USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack's controversial firing of Shirley Sherrod in 2010 should preclude him from leading the agriculture agency under Joe Biden's administration, civil rights leaders and advocates say.
Nina Turner signaled her intentions to run for Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge's U.S. House seat by filing the requisite paperwork with the Federal Election Commissions for the state's 11th Congressional District.
Rep. Marcia Fudge (pictured) believes that African Americans should hold President Barack Obama accountable in office and support the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) in ensuring that issues affecting African Americans in this country are adequately addressed. In a panel discussion on “NewsOne Now,” Rep. Fudge explains why the CBC needs more people to stand behind […]
The saying goes, “behind every good man is a good woman,” and Winnie Mandela was no exception. Thanks to her, the world learned about Nelson Mandela and his imprisonment. The extremely supportive wife generated even more support around the globe, including young people and women dedicated to fighting for Mandela’s freedom. Congresswoman Marcia Fudge shared […]
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