Congressional Black Caucus

(Black PR Wire) Washington on, D.C. — The Congressional Black Caucus released the following statement on the passing of House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chairman and Congressional Black Caucus Member, Congressman John R. Lewis (GA-05): The world has lost a legend; the civil rights movement has lost an icon, the City of Atlanta has lost […]

Black PR Wire) WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. (CBCF) announced today, for the first time in the foundation’s history, two senators — Senator Cory Booker (New Jersey) and Senator Kamala D. Harris (California) — will serve as honorary co-chairs for the 48th Annual Legislative Conference (ALC), scheduled for September 12-16, 2018. […]

Much of the mainstream media has failed to cover missing Black and Latinx girls in the nation's capital.

Trump's meeting with the executive committee of the Congressional Black Caucus at the White House comes as he navigates a fractured relationship with people of color.

2/17/17- Senior White House Correspondent April Ryan talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about her showdown with President Donald Trump at a recent press conference. https://twitter.com/ava/status/832323019301216256 “The White House did reach out to the CBC by the end of the day. They are trying to pin down a day and time to make this […]

President Donald Trump awkwardly pressed April Ryan about having friends within the Congressional Black Caucus after the Black journalist questioned him about improving inner cities during a contentious press conference Thursday.

Join Roland Martin for six hours of live election night coverage tonight starting at 7PM/6c on TV One.

After Pres. Obama's final address as President of the United States to the Congressional Black Caucus, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now got immediate reactions from many of the lawmakers who gathered in Washington, D.C. for the CBC's annual event.

Angela Rye shared why Black America should focus on our "what's now" problem manifested in GOP presidential nominee, Donald Trump.

Susan L. Taylor shares her personal journey to success and how as a community, African-Americans can impact change through capitalism.

"For too long policy makers have chosen to play politics with prime-policy by enacting so-called tough on crime slogans and soundbites." – Congressman Bobby Scott

Thursday night, the Democratic National Convention culminated a presidential primary season that saw a self-proclaimed billionaire rise to prominence on the strength of bombastic rhetoric, thinly veiled racially charged comments, and the idea that America is broken and needs to be made “great again.” The same election cycle that produced Donald Trump has also produced Hillary Clinton, who […]