Congressional Black Caucus

The Congressional Black Caucus is an organization representing the black members of the United States Congress. Membership is exclusive to African-Americans, and its chair in the 112th Congress is Representative Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri.

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Congressional Black Caucus - Members of The Caucus During The 112th Congress
... and 2 non-voting Delegates as members House Representative Party State – Congressional District Karen Bass Democratic California – 33rd Sanford Bishop Democratic Georgia – 2nd Corrine Brown Democratic ... Virgin Islands – At-large (non voting congressional delegate) Hansen Clarke Democratic Michigan – 13th Yvette Clarke – Secretary Democratic ... Holmes Norton Democratic District of Columbia – At-large (non voting congressional delegate) Charles B ...
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
... The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) conducts research on issues affecting African Americans, publishes a yearly report on key legislation, and sponsors issue forums, leadership seminars and ... Although linked with the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation is a separate nonprofit group that runs programs in education, healthcare and ... The Foundation often works with the Congressional Black Caucus Spouses, a group of wives and husbands of the African-American members of the United States Congress ...
Second Chance Act (2009) - Current Co-sponsors
... co-sponsors, most of whom are members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and/or the Congressional Black Caucus or Congressional Hispanic Caucus ... Neil Abercrombie Hawaii/1 06/26/2007 member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus Yvette Clarke New York/11 03/20/2007 member of the Committee on Education and Labor, the. 06/15/2007 member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the Congressional Black Caucus Collin Peterson Minnesota/7 07/19/2007 chairman of the House Agriculture Committee Nick Rahall West Virginia/3 05/16 ...
List Of Alpha Phi Alpha Brothers - Government, Law, and Public Policy - Members of The United States Congress
... Medal and 2004 Presidential Medal of Freedom and Congressional Gold Medal recipient Roland Burris Beta Eta Senator from Illinois–appointed to fill the seat vacated by President Barack ... Representative from California Co-founder of the Congressional Black Caucus Mayor of Oakland Julian C ... York State Assembly Ralph Metcalfe Nu Xi Representative from Illinois Co-founder of the Congressional Black Caucus 1932 and 1936 Olympian Adam Clayton Powell, Jr ...
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation - History
... members of Congress established the Congressional Black Caucus in 1971 ... In 1976, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation was established as a non-partisan research institute by members of the Congressional Black Caucus and other individuals looking to enhance Black ... official meeting of the incorporators of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation was held on September 30, 1976 ...

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