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The Congressional Black Caucus was established in 1971. Tweets document the work of the caucus chairman and 47 other members.
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Rep. Barbara Lee Nov 19
My heart breaks for the families who lost their homes and loved ones in the . Congress must step up and support the survivors of this unimaginable tragedy.
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Robin Kelly Nov 19
Praying for all my friends and neighbors at Mercy Hospital. Not even our hospitals are safe from . This madness is a direct result of Congress’ failure to act and save lives.
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G. K. Butterfield Nov 16
I just informed that our whip team has secured more than enough commitments from Democratic members of the next Congress to elect him the House Majority Whip! We will continue to press for support to earn every vote.
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CNN Tonight Nov 14
"I would love to borrow a phrase from Jay-Z. I've got 99 problems but Donald Trump ain't one." - Democratic Rep. Cedric Richmond on President Trump's history of conspiracy theories
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CNN Tonight Nov 14
Rep. Cedric Richmond, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, tells that he's for Rep. Jim Clyburn for the Majority Whip position and slams that there is opposition to Clyburn. "We're good enough to vote. We're good enough to get elected but not good enough to lead?"
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American Urban Radio Nov 14
BREAKING: has voted unanimously to endorse as the new Democrat House Whip. has the report:
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Black Caucus Nov 11
Today and every day, we honor the service and sacrifice of our veterans and their families.
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Yvette D. Clarke Nov 9
45 is finishing off another week attacking Black women journalists. When will it end? and are brilliant, respectful reporters who are committed to providing the American people with the truth, unlike the President.
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Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Nov 8
Everyone who voted deserves to have their voice heard. Share this with everyone to help ensure provisional ballots are counted and not ignored.
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House OversightDems Nov 7
READ statement on AG Sessions removal.
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Black Caucus Nov 6
This is amazing news. Ex offenders that have paid their debt can now exercise their rights to vote. It should not have taken this long to restore their rights but we welcome this positive development!
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Black Caucus Nov 5
Happy Birthday (D-FL-24)! The alumna and member has become known as “A Voice For The Voiceless”! She is member of committees. Wilson is also committed to improving children’s education in her district.
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Black Caucus Nov 5
School segregation is still a problem.
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Black Caucus Nov 5
We drank at "Coloreds Only" fountains back then. Now we can drink at the fountain of freedom.
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Black Caucus Nov 5
This is how you should walk into the voting booth.
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Black Caucus Nov 5
was unapologetically herself – true to her values, her constituents, and always fighting for what’s right. She was . Let’s honor her legacy by getting out the !
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Black Caucus Nov 5
We can sit at the counter now.
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Black Caucus Nov 5
When was elected to Congress 50 years ago, she didn’t just open a path for herself – she blazed a trail for other women to follow. But her work isn’t finished. Honor her legacy by getting out to .
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Black Caucus Nov 5
Our voting rights were in the space between the Alabama State Troopers on the left and the civil rights activists on the right. (CBC Member John Lewis is on the right in the trench coat.)
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