Women’s Health Protection Act Presser

Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta joins colleagues and representatives from Planned Parenthood to discuss the Women’s Health Protection Act at a Harrisburg press conference.

PA Fairness Act Press Conference 2021

Gov. Tom Wolf, and state Reps. Dan Frankel, Brian Sims, Malcolm Kenyatta, and Jessica Benham held a press conference on June 15th to unveil the PA Fairness Act

Help For Businesses Impacted By Pandemic

Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta urges support of a bill which would clarify and expand business interruption policies, allowing for businesses to recoup losses related to business closures and related actions due to the pandemic.

2021 Swearing In Ceremony

Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta participates in the First Tuesday Ceremony to start the 2021-22 legislative session.

Kenyatta: We Must Act NOW to Keep People in Their Homes

During a press conference with Governor Tom Wolf, Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta pushed his colleagues in the General Assembly to vote on bills that would keep people from losing their homes during the COVID-19 crisis.

Gov. Wolf Signs Law Enforcement Reform Bills

Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta watches as Gov. Tom Wolf signs two Law Enforcement Reform Bills after both passed unanimously in the House and Senate.

LGBTQ Advocacy Day Rally

Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta spoke at a rally in support of the LGBTQ+ community. He explained why passing non-discrimination laws ensures equality for all and is critical to the commonwealth.

Back-to-School Backpack Giveaway

Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta hosted a Bookbag Giveaway to help students in the 181st prepare for the 2019-20 school year and so that all children have access to the tools they need to be successful. Great thanks to sponsors Keystone First and Wells Fargo for making this event possible and for supporting education.

The Fighting Chance Act news conference

State Reps. Malcolm Kenyatta and Andrew Lewis hosted a news conference at the state Capitol on their bipartisan legislation, "The Fighting Chance Act." The bill would require state agencies overseeing occupational licensure and the Board of Probation and Parole to reduce red tape by 25 percent over the next three years, with the intent to eliminate unnecessary barriers for people trying to get into these important, licensed occupations.

Swearing-in day 2019

State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta was sworn-in for his first term on Jan. 1, 2019. Family and friends joined him in the House Chamber prior to and during the ceremony.