U.S. Senate Passes Resolution Led by Senators Reverend Warnock and Ossoff Honoring the Life of First Lady Rosalynn Carter

Senators Reverend Warnock and Ossoff led the introduction of the “Honoring the life of First Lady Rosalynn Carter” resolution Bipartisan resolution is cosponsored by the entire U.S. Senate Resolution extends sympathies of the Senate to President Carter and the Carter family; honors the life of First Lady Rosalynn Carter and her contributions to the United States of America Senator Reverend Warnock on the introduction of the resolution: “Her work was not about politics—it was about uplifting the vulnerable, showing mercy, and embodying the belief that we are all connected” Washington, D.C. – Today, following the introduction led by U.S. Senators Reverend Raphael Warnock (D-GA) and Jon Ossoff (D-GA), the United States Senate passed a resolution honoring the life and legacy of the former First Lady of Georgia and the United States, Rosalynn Carter. It recognizes the support she provided to President Carter during his presidency and her work in expanding the role of the First Lady. This resolution celebrates her efforts to destigmatize mental illness and improve access to mental health care, as well as her work to support aging Americans and caregivers. This resolution also acknowledges her leadership at the Carter Center, the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers, and her volunteer work with Habitat for Humanity. “As a champion for all Georgians, Rosalynn’s impact on our state was immeasurable. She embodied the principles of love, justice, and humility that resonate in our faith traditions,” said Senator Reverend Warnock. “Moreover, her commitment to destigmatizing mental health care, strengthening human rights, and improving global health was an extension of her faith and a testament to her caring spirit. Her work was not about politics—it was about uplifting the vulnerable, showing mercy, and embodying the belief that we are all connected.” “A former First Lady of Georgia and the United States, […]

See also  Confronting cyber homophobia: Lessons from the United Kingdom

Click here to visit source. U.S. Senate Passes Resolution Led by Senators Reverend Warnock and Ossoff Honoring the Life of First Lady Rosalynn Carter

By Donato