Congresswoman Yvette Clarke

Representing the 9th District of New York
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Welcome, and thank you for visiting my official website. It is an honor to represent one of the most ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse communities in this great country; the new Ninth Congressional District of New York.

This new website will serve as an online office, keeping constituents updated on my work in Congress.  The new website has a number of new features including an e-news sign up, press clips, tour requests, a vote tracker, and even links to my Twitter and Facebook accounts.  All of these resources will allow us to keep in touch so I may serve you better. I hope you find the website informative and a good way to stay updated on the ways I am working to serve the residents of Brooklyn.

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Apr 17, 2014 Press Release

Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke released the following statement on the passing of the Honorable Basil Paterson, a leader in in the politics of New York City and New York State whose son, David Paterson, was the first African-American Governor of New York State.

Apr 16, 2014 Press Release

Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke released the following statement on the announcement today that the New York Police Department will disband the “Demographics Unit,” which for more than a decade spied on Muslims without any reasonable suspicion that a crime had been committed or would be committed in the future.

Apr 16, 2014 Press Release

Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke has asked the International Olympic Committee to explicitly prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.

In The News

Apr 11, 2014 In The News

Washington, D.C. - Women members of the Congressional Black Caucus called on the Pentagon Thursday to dump new Army hair rules they called offensive and biased against women of color.

Apr 7, 2014 In The News

"It is a rare U.S. lawmaker who urges budding entrepreneurs to turn to legitimate but distinctly “non-traditional” Caribbean financial systems as a source of start-up capital.

Apr 1, 2014 In The News

"Fannie Lou Hamer was a poor black woman with a sixth-grade education who spent much of her life working in the cotton fields.