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Black Caucus Discusses Membership Rules as Espaillat Requests Membership

Rep. Adriano Espaillat (D-NY), a freshman member of the House who is occupying a seat in a diverse district that includes Harlem, has expressed interest...

Rep. Cedric Richmond Elected 2nd Youngest CBC Chair

Rep. Cedric Richmond Elected 2nd Youngest CBC Chair. On Wednesday, the Congressional Black Caucus voted in their new Chairman who will serve as during...

CBC: Continuing the Legacy of Advocacy and Change

“The CBC was formed in 1971 because its founders understood that Black lives matter.  Black boys matter.  Black girls matter.  The Black family matters. ...

Black Clergy and Lawmakers Unite to Protect Voter Rights

In lieu of what's perceived as an alarming trend of new voter ID laws implemented around the country, the Congressional Black Caucus and the...

Congressional Black Caucus Calls for Action on Jobs Bills

The Congressional Black Caucus’ ended its series of town hall meetings Monday in Los Angeles with a call for legislation to put Americans to...

Butterfield Leads Democrats in Supporting AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

By letter dated June 24, 2011, Congressmen G.K. Butterfield, D-North Carolina, and Gene Green, D-Texas, led 74 of their colleagues in filing comments to the Federal Communications Commission in support of the pending AT&T/T-Mobile merger.

Redistricting and the Black Caucus

In less than a month we will have a clearer picture of how redistricting will effect the districts of the current 44 black members of the Black Caucus.

Richmond Calls for GOP to Show Americans the Jobs

During an impassioned speech last night on the House floor regarding federal spending and the economy, first-term Congressman Cedric Richmond gave his Republican colleagues an ultimatum.

New Orleans Congressman Cedric Richmond Sure to Rise in D.C.

Combined with the endorsement of President Barack Obama and a stellar political campaign, Richmond’s election was a stand-out Democratic success story from the 2010 midterms.

Freshman Class Presents Interesting Numbers in 112th Congress

There is little reporting on the very small pixel of a grouping of 9 Democratic freshman entering the House this session.