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Black Caucus Members Push Hard on Tech Diversity

CBC Laser Focused on Tech Hiring. Last year Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. waged a widely publicized push to expose the number of minorities employees...

Increasing African-American Inclusion in Tech

By Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II (D-Mo.) This article originally appeared on The Hill, and was republished with permission from Congressman Cleaver's staff.  On July 26, 1948, Missouri’s...

Congressional Black Caucus Launches CBC TECH 2020 to Diversify Tech Sector

Today at 4:00 p.m. EST, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) will launch CBC TECH 2020, a new initiative aimed at increasing African American representation...

Eric Holder Protest: How 33 Black Lawmakers Made 41 White Ones...

"When the House voted last Thursday to find Attorney General Eric Holder in criminal contempt of Congress, members of the Congressional Black Caucus walked...

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...

Death and Redistricting: 4 Oldest Black Members of Congress Could Go

As retirements, redistricting and death poses challenges, uncertainty hangs over the Congressional Black Caucus

Rep. Donald Payne Passes at 77

New Jersey's first Black Congressman ends his battle with colon cancer

CBC Will Kick Off Voter Protection Tour in March

Politic365 has learned that The Congressional Black Caucus will launch a multi-city "voter protection" tour that will kick-off the weekend of March 3rd near...

Voter ID Laws Prompts Black Caucus Voter Education Tour

With a reapportionment, redistricting and shady voter ID laws threatening to almost halve their very existence, the CBC has little choice but to get cracking

Believe It or Not, Black Unemployment Fell … Barely

Unemployed stayed right where it's been, yet Black unemployment "officially" dropped. Here's why the numbers tell a different story, though.