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The U.S. Representative for Indiana's 7th congressional district, serving since the special election in 2008.
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ENG: André D. Carson (born October 16, 1974) is the U.S. Representative for Indiana's 7th congressional district, serving since the special election in 2008. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He is the grandson of his predecessor, former U.S. Representative Julia Carson (1938–2007). He is one of two Muslims serving in the U.S. Congress (along with Keith Ellison). Early life, education and career André Carson was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. At a young age, Carson's interest in public service was shaped by his grandmother, the late Congresswoman Julia Carson. Carson grew up in a rough neighborhood, and he credits that experience for shaping his policy views on issues like education, public safety and economic opportunity. After going to ...
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Andre Carson and The Lynching Garden


It would seem the beloved and always unifying Indiana representative, Andre Carson, has once again blessed the State with his ever prudent and classy commentary at the National level. If the man isn’t lying about racial slurs being pelted at his oppressed and persecuted image; then he seems busy bringing the country together with his retro-throwback, Jim Crow era rhetoric; which is of course, all transfigured into relevancy through the miraculous facade of black-Islamic nationalism. If any person or organization is being publicly “lynched” in this media manipulation tactic ...


Andre Carson's Racist Family Ties


It should beno surprise therepresentative from Indiana's 7th district fabricated racial incidents in 2010 and used KKK imagery last week to smear the Tea Party. Indiana Congressman Andre Carson learned how to race-bait for votes early on. Although not the only Congressional Black Caucus bigot playing the race card, Carson comes with a special set of familial baggage. Andre Carson was raised by his grandmother Julia Carson. A state legislator for 18 years and a congresswoman for a decade, Ms. Carson had a friendly relationship with the hateful Louis Farrakhan throughout Andre's childhood. In ...


Tea Party Wants To See Blacks ‘Hanging On A Tree’


While Republican presidential candidates arrange and re-arrange their schedules in an attempt to court Tea Partiers, one House Democratic member of the Congressional Black Caucus is blasting the conservative group for trying to take America back to the days of Jim Crow. In a video circulated Tuesday by conservative commentator Glen Beck’s website The Blaze, Indiana Rep. Andre Carson said the Tea Party was preventing African Americans from making progress toward equality. “This is the effort that we are seeing of Jim Crow. Some of these folks in Congress right now would love to ...


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Congressman Carson Responds to Tragic Death of Office Rod Bradway
Congressman Carson Responds to Tragic Death of Office Rod Bradway WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman André Carson issued the following statement regarding the death of Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Officer Rod Bradway: "Today, our community lost a man of valor. When Officer Bradway heard a desperate cry for help, he acted without hesitation or fear to save a life, and in so doing, he sacrificed his own. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Officer Bradway's wife, Jamie, their children, and to the friends, loved ones, and brothers and sisters-in-arms whose lives he touched." Congressman Carson added, "Courting danger to protect all of us was nothing new for Officer Bradway, who had already received IMPD's Medal of Bravery and who served as a Wayne Township fire fighter and EMT. We should all aspire to Officer Bradway's level of courage and heroism."
Congressman Carson Highlights 48th Anniversary of Medicare Being Signed into Law
Congressman Carson Highlights 48th Anniversary of Medicare Being Signed into Law Notes that the Affordable Care Act Has Improved Medicare, Including Providing $10.7 Million in Rx Drug Savings for Seniors in 7th District  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman André Carson marked the 48th anniversary of the enactment of Medicare, which was signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson on July 30, 1965. “For decades, Medicare has ensured healthcare security for millions of seniors and people living with disabilities. It is a proud accomplishment for our nation and a testament to our commitment to those entering the twilight of life.  I am committed to keeping Medicare strong and ensuring it remains a bedrock promise for future generations,” Congressman Carson stated. This spring, Speaker John Boehner and Republican House leaders once again passed a budget that transforms Medicare into a privatized voucher plan, increasing future health costs for seniors by thousands of
Congressman Carson Introduces Bill to Strengthen School-Based Mentoring Programs and Address ...
Congressman Carson Introduces Bill to Strengthen School-Based Mentoring Programs and Address High School Dropout Rates WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman André Carson introduced the Transition-To-Success Mentoring Act, legislation that would amend the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 to award grants to local education agencies to prepare at-risk students for transition from middle school to high school. Research shows that school-based mentoring is an innovative supplement to the traditional learning that takes place in the classroom.  Mentoring provides underserved and at-risk students with much needed attention and support to help keep them engaged in school.  “In communities throughout the nation, too many young men and women are falling through the cracks of our educational system.  It is a systemic failure that upholds generational poverty and puts unneeded stress on our economic recovery,” Congressman Carson stated.  “School-based
Congressman Carson, Olympic Gold Medalist Aly Raisman Fight Underage Drinking with New Public ...
Congressman Carson, Olympic Gold Medalist Aly Raisman Fight Underage Drinking with New Public Service Announcement PSA Encourages Kids to “Say ‘Yes’ to a Healthy Lifestyle and ‘No’ to Underage Drinking INDIANAPOLIS – Today, Congressman André Carson (D-IN) partnered with The Century Council’s Ask, Listen, Learn: Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix program and 2012 US Gymnastics Olympic team captain Aly Raisman to encourage kids to “say ‘YES’ to a healthy lifestyle and ‘NO’ to underage drinking.” To begin the new school year, Congressman Carson, Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman and The Century Council launched a public service announcement (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypbNjkqEvcE) which will appear on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook throughout Indiana’s 7th Congressional District.  The PSA includes positive messages for teens and encourages parents to start the conversation about underage drinking and its dangerous effects with their teens at an early age.



 
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