Los Angeles, CA –Representatives from major California foundations will discuss progress made in awarding grants to minority non-profit organizations, since reaching a 2007 agreement with the Legislative Tri-Caucuses, in an informational briefing at USC on Friday, July 13, 2012.
Senator Price, chair of the Black Caucus, who was involved in the initial conversations in 2007 to expand charitable giving, convened the briefing to bring together stakeholders and shed light on what has changed since 2007.
Attorney General Kamala Harris is scheduled to speak about the provisions in her Homeowner Bill of Rights and the state’s efforts to protect homeowners at a Town Hall sponsored by the California Legislative Black Caucus on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 6 p.m. at the California Science Center, Wallis Annenberg Building (Muses Room),700 State Drive, LA.
The mortgage crisis has resulted in the largest loss of Black wealth in history due to foreclo¬sures and the loss of home values for Blacks, according to a report released by The Center for Responsible Lending.
What: Town Hall to provide Information on what California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris and the CLBC are doing to protect our state’s homeowners
When: Thursday, June 21, 2012 • 6 pm
Where: California Science Center
Wallis Annenberg Building (Muses Room)
700 State Drive, Los Angeles
Learn what California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris and the California Legislative Black Caucus are doing to protect our state’s homeowners.
Sacramento - The California Legislative Black Caucus has issued a call for applications for its annual African American Leaders for Tomorrow Program (AALTP).
The weeklong residential summer program will be held at California State University, Sacramento (CSUS), from July 21–28, 2012.
Fifty (50) students will be selected for participation in the program to receive leadership training and attend workshops on topics including financial literacy, effective leadership, college preparation and the importance of community advocacy.
Black, Latin and Asian caucus members don ‘hoodies’ in solidarity with slain teen’s family
Family deserves justice after teen slain by self-appointed ‘crimestopper’
SACRAMENTO -- The California Legislative Black Caucus today expressed their sadness and frustration with the killing of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, the lack of an arrest in his murder and various recent comments placing blame on the victim or his choice of clothing. Senator Curren D. Price, Jr., Chairman of the Black Caucus stated: