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My Brother’s Keeper Roll-Out Coincides with Rep. Frederica Wilson’s Decades Long...

Florida Congresswoman Frederica Wilson will attend today's roll-out at the White House of My Brother's Keeper. The initiative and its goals are nothing new...

Jobs: 75 in House Support Rep. Wilson’s American Jobs Act in...

Tweet: The #AmericanJobsAct of 2013 provides tax credits for hiring workers who have been jobless for over six months. http://goo.gl/9A0uzM "By request" no more.  As Republicans worked hard last week...

Is Marissa Alexander Stand-Your-Ground Reverse Trayvon?

In Duval County, FL, a domestic violence victim sits in jail - for allegedly exercising self-defense.

Sharpton, CBC Join Forces on Voter Suppression

Black politicians and activists look for tipping point on Voter ID

Are Black Greeks More Violent than White Greeks?

Before the New Year set in, Representative Frederica Wilson (D-FL) introduced anti-hazing legislation on the heels of the November death of a Florida A&M drum major...

Maxine Waters and CBC Put Heat on Obama Aide at Town...

A representative from the White House joined Monday’s town hall of the Congressional Black Caucus’ Jobs Tour in Miami and faced tough questions about...

Congresswoman Frederica Wilson Talks of Technology, the Jobs Tour in Miami...

Although she has been in Congress only a few months, U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Florida, already has garnered attention – not only for her...

Congressional Black Caucus Announces Five-City Jobs Tour

The Congressional Black Caucus on Wednesday said it would bring job fairs, town hall discussions and employment workshops to five cities in August as...

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.

Black Caucus Members: We Will Not Ignore Poor Treatment of Haiti’s...

Four members of the Congressional Black Caucus have condemned actions by police in Haiti against earthquake victims now living in camps in Port-au-Prince.