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ENG: Henry C. "Hank" Johnson Jr. (born October 2, 1954) is the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 4th congressional district, serving since 2007. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district is based in DeKalb County, a largely suburban county east of Atlanta. It also includes portions of Gwinnett and Rockdale counties. Life, education and career Johnson grew up in Washington, D.C. His father worked for the Bureau of Prisons and was the director of classifications and paroles, up to that time, the highest ranking African American in the bureau. Johnson graduated from Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University) in 1976, was a member of Omega Psi Phi Kappa Alpha Alpha Chapter, Decatur, Georgia, and Texas Southern University's Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston in ...
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Rep.Lewis Joins Rep.Johnson to Produce Mega-Job Fair

Washington might not be working on trying to help Atlantans find jobs, but Reps. John Lewis and Hank Johnson are. In conjunction with the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), Lewis and Johnson joined forces to try to host the most comprehensive job fair this year. In response to skyrocketing unemployment in the African American community on top of high national averages, the CBC decided to launch the “For the People” Jobs Initiative to raise awareness and built support for H. Res. 348, which calls on Congress to pass more than 40 bills proposed by the CBC to help alleviate the ...

Rep. Hank Johnson: Regaining Prosperity… and Protecting It

I am so pleased to see The Huffington Post inaugurating its Black Voices site, and I appreciate the opportunity to contribute in its first week. As an African-American member of Congress at this critical moment in our nation's history, my first duty is to bring jobs back to the community I represent. To create jobs, we need smart and bold investments that put people back to work today and sustain opportunity in the future -- investments in infrastructure, energy, education, science and technology. The Recovery Act stimuluspackage that was passed inearly 2009 helped stabilize an economy in ...

Congressman Hank Johnson tours Conyers business

A Conyers business welcomed U.S. Congressman Hank Johnson on Monday morning and talked about what federal government can do to help small businesses compete in the national market. While on Congressional recess, Johnson stopped in town to visit ARS Mechanical LLC off Gees Mill Road. The minority-owned business does commercial and industrial plumbing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning work. Sadat Nichols and Al Shepherd both came up with the idea of ARS Mechanical and the business has made Conyers its home for the last eight years. Many of their clients are from downtown Atlanta, ...

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Service academy nominees honored
In less than two weeks, Maxwell Blackman will leave home to attend the U.S. Military Academy in hopes of continuing his family’s legacy as military corpsman.  “I was surprised to find out I got in because the acceptance rate is so low,” said Maxwell, a 2017 Arabia Mountain High graduate. He is among 11 South DeKalb students nominated to a service academy by U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson. Maxwell said both of his parents, Freddy and Karen Blackman, served in the military. Read More here
Congressman Johnson Marks National Citizenship Day
On June 17th, Americans will stand together to recognize National Citizenship Day of Action. This is an opportunity for immigrants to learn how they can have a stronger voice in America and the future of our country.     The United States has a long history of welcoming immigrants from all parts of the world. Deciding to become a U.S. citizen is a very important milestone in an immigrant’s life. Individuals must demonstrate a commitment to unifying principals that bind us as Americans and in return, are granted the opportunity to enjoy many of the rights and privileges that are fundamental to U.S. citizenship.     There are 8.8 million people in our country who are eligible to become citizens. Of those people, 3.7 million could become naturalized at a reduced rate or for free if they use the fee waiver form. On this National Citizenship Day, we will acknowledge the many rights and privileges that become available to immigrants who are naturalized citizens. As a U.S. citizen
Congressman Johnson Launches Initiative for Fourth District Businesses
DECATUR, G.A.—Recognizing the importance of small businesses in our community, Congressman Hank Johnson has launched a series of roundtables for small businesses to gain access to critical information and essential resources.     Planned for June (DeKalb), July (Rockdale) and August (Gwinnett), the intimate roundtables with the Congressman will culminate in September with a district-wide event, “Think Tank,” which will welcome small businesses and business chambers that make up the Fourth Congressional District. The first roundtable was held on June 14, at Georgia Piedmont Technical College’s Clarkston campus. The one-on-one session allowed nearly a dozen small business owners the opportunity to talk to Small Business Liaison Janice Ellison, about competing for contracts with the Department of Veterans Affairs. State Rep. Dar’shun Kendrick shared what she is doing on the state level and in the non-profit sector to help small businesses keep their doors open to serve the
Congressman Johnson celebrates Immigrant Heritage Month
This is the fourth annual Immigrant Heritage Month. Each year, we take time in June to share and honor the inspirational, heart felt stories of our nation’s immigrants. I am proud to work with the immigrant communities in the Fourth Congressional District. One in particular is the Clarkston community. Clarkston has served as a safe haven for thousands of refugee families over the years and is home to a range of successful immigrant-owned businesses. The City of Clarkston is often referred to as “the most diverse square mile in America.” I have stood with and for the immigrant community through several events this year. In January, I teamed up with Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry for a “Day of Resistance.” Joined by several of Georgia’s elected officials and other leaders in the community, we rallied constituents to join us in standing up against the GOP budget, healthcare and immigration ideology. In February I hosted a refugee and immigrant listening session to hear the concer

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