Culver City, CA—Congresswoman Karen Bass, who was recently re-elected to serve her fifth consecutive term, held her annual “End of The Year Report” in Culver City Sunday afternoon.
Bass has been the Democratic U.S. Representative for California’s 37th congressional district since 2013, which covers Culver City and South [Central] L.A.
Some of her noted accomplishments of the year include:
41 Bills and amendments supported to combat airplane nose
22 fellows and interns in Los Angeles
1,822 community event attendee’s
12 meetings with the People’s Advisory Council
1 trip to combat family separation at the border
100 foster youth in D.C for Foster Youth Shadow Day
4 Resource Fairs
7 congressional conversations
Bass was also recently elected to lead the Congressional Black Caucus, which is made up of Black members of congress.
During Q & A, one woman asked Bass if she had any specific plan for Black America, who are being killed in alarming rates by police, which was of grave concern to her.
Bass replied that the woman should look into the CBC’s website and that she had no problem discussing a “Black agenda” but at a later time because not everyone in the room was Black.