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ALC ’16 – Congressional Black Caucus Foundation

ALC is the leading policy conference on issues impacting African Americans and the global black community. Thought leaders, legislators and concerned citizens engage on economic development, civil and social justice, public health and education issues.

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation – Advancing the global black community by developing leaders, informing policy, and educating the public.

"The summer that I spent as a CBCF intern was the most rewarding time of my life.”Lanier Avant CBCF Intern, Summer 1999

Our supporters know that an investment in CBCF is an investment in the future, from training the next generation of leaders to sponsoring research and policy issues that affect our communities.

Rep. Steve King Says Rep. John Lewis Hasn't Accomplished Anything In 'Half A Century'

The Iowa Republican builds on a record of awkward racial statements.

Congressional Black Caucus | Black Agenda Report

CBC Monitor Report Card, Second Session 109th Congress

by Leutisha Stills, CBC Monitor

There is still reason to believe that the Congressional Black Caucus can be rescued from its slide into irrelevance - but only if energized constituents mobilize behind "bright line" issues that members dare not cross. The new CBC Monitor Report Card documents the Caucus' inability as a body to resist massed corporate power on trade issues, and a retreat by a quarter of its members in the face of mounting police state pressures. Nevertheless, the CBC's overall grades are up - most likely because only a few bills challenged them on matters of principle.

Congressional Hispanic Caucus

Hispanic Caucus meeting at the White House in 2009

Argentine Americans

Bolivian Americans

Brazilian Americans

Chilean Americans

Colombian Americans

Costa Rican Americans

Cuban Americans

Dominican Americans

Ecuadorian Americans

Guatemalan Americans

Honduran Americans

Mexican Americans

Nicaraguan Americans

Panamanian Americans

Criminal Justice Reform Will Be 'Centerpiece' of Congressional Black Caucus Agenda in 2015

Agenda of the Congressional Black Caucus

To reform the "law enforcement system" will not reform the "criminal justice system" said new Congressional Black Caucus Chair GK Butterfield.

Zeta's "Storm the Hill" During the Congressional Black Caucus Week in Washington, DC

On Tuesday, September 13th, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated convened over 350 members and community leaders for Zeta Day on the Hill (ZDOTH) 2016. The theme of this year’s Zeta Day on the Hill was “Unleash Your Superpower: Vote. Advocate. Run.” Preceding the 46th Annual Legislative Conference that is hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBC), this year’s event shared ways that African Americans can unleash their collective power to drive change in their communities, and ultimately run for political office.

Tunica, MS Policy Conference | The Congressional Black Caucus Institute

Tunica is representative of the CBC Institute’s ongoing commitment to meeting its overall mission of educating today’s voters and training tomorrow’s leaders. The policy sessions and luncheons provided a perfect opportunity for a cross section of committed individuals.

Congressional Black Caucus: Deep in the Israel Lobby’s Pocket | Black Agenda Report

by Jeffrey Blankfort

The Congressional Black Caucus is a bought-and-paid-for political ally of the planet’s last remaining apartheid state, Israel. “That the CBC has consistently, as a bloc, voted to send billions of US taxpayers dollars to provide weapons for a foreign government that oppresses another people of color, the Palestinians, is nothing less than shameful.” Cynthia McKinney was the last CBC member to take a principled stand on Palestine.

Congressional Black Caucus Archives

TaskRabbit Implements African American Inclusion Plan

TaskRabbit, in partnership with the Congressional Black Caucus, has put into effect a plan to include more African Americans in its workforce

“…shining a light on ways to expand the great talent of black individuals…”

By Samara Lynn

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