“I come to places like Sidney Lanier so you can see, congresswomen look like me,” Rep. Terri A. Sewell tells a roundtable of student journalists here at Sidney Lanier High School.
Alabama Congresswoman Terri Sewell will have a special guest with her as President Barack Obama presents his state of the union address tonight: 103-year-old voting rights activist Amelia Boynton.
One day after the movie “Selma” debuted at the Walton Theater, the crowds were back Saturday for a second round of screenings. Among those in attendance were Congresswoman Terri Sewell, who made her way back home to watch the film with her parents, Selma natives, Coach Andrew and Nancy Sewell.
Democratic Rep. Terri A. Sewell of Alabama is one of only a handful of people who can say she knew Barack and Michelle Obama before they knew even each other.
On Friday, December 16 U.S. Representative Terri A Sewell (D from Selma) released a written statement to explain the reasons why she supported the Continuing Resolution (C.R.). H.R. 83 avoids a government shutdown and keeps the government funded until the end of the fiscal year on September 30.
Sewell, D-Birmingham, returns for a third term and remains the only Democrat in Alabama's congressional delegation. The distinction has made her an important link to President Barack Obama's administration.
Congresswoman Terri A. Sewell announced today that five students from Alabama’s 7th District were awarded Congressional Black Caucus Foundation scholarships. Sewell, who serves on the foundation’s board, was able to present each student with a check to assist with their college tuition
Congresswoman Terri A. Sewell announced today that two young leaders from Birmingham will participate in the 2014 Congressional Black Caucus “Boot Camp.” Sponsored by Congresswoman Sewell, Yawntreshia Coleman, President of the Birmingham Young Democrats, and Arron Jackson, President of the Mason City Neighborhood, will depart for Washington on Saturday, July 19, 2014.
Congresswoman Terri Sewell released the following statement after being re-elected to her third term as representative of Alabama’s 7th Congressional District.
Today Congresswoman Terri A. Sewell received the endorsement of the Alabama Democratic Conference in her bid for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives.
On Saturday, May 10th Congresswoman Sewell will join Representative A.J. McCampbell, Senator Bobby Singleton, and Representative James Fields, candidate for Lt. Governor of Alabama, for a campaign bus tour through 7 counties of Alabama’s 7th District.
As the nation celebrates Mother’s Day this Sunday, Congresswoman Terri A. Sewell urges Alabamians to support equal rights and equal pay for all.