SACRAMENTO – The California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) in a statement today called for greater diversity within the entire film industry, which will help to eliminate the disparity in the Oscars:
“Last year the Legislature gave the film industry millions of dollars in tax credits to ensure that they stay in California. Therefore, it should be expected that this industry reflects the diversity of our State at all levels,” stated Assemblymember Reginald Jones-Sawyer, Sr., Chair of the California Legislative Black Caucus.
Sacramento - The California Legislative Black Caucus is eager to work with the Governor to prioritize investments in our health care infrastructure, including the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science and the Martin Luther King Hospital's master site plan, and improving service delivery funding for the AIDS/HIV prevention.
The California Legislative Black Caucus will also work with the administration to create an African American Advisory Committee to the State Board of Education to augment the Board's service to our students.
SACRAMENTO – The California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) in a statement today condemned the comments made by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in the Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin (Fisher II) U.S. Supreme Court case and has called for his recusal:
‘Scholars’ receive a $2,500 financial assistance scholarship and a HP laptop computer.
SACRAMENTO – The twelve-member California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) today named its CLBC California Scholars for 2015, which comprised of a group of 40 deserving high school and college students determined to achieve their post-secondary educational goals.
As state policymakers, we have an obligation to review all legislative policies for the best interest of ALL Californians.
Furthermore, as members of the California Legislative Black Caucus, we support, sponsor and advocate on behalf of state policies that strengthen and educate the African-American community in the following areas: Education, Black Enterprise, Public Safety and especially Health.
SACRAMENTO, CA – California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) mourns today with the people of Charleston, South Carolina over the senseless murder of the nine (9) members of the Emmanuel African American Episcopal, who were tragically shot down during prayer service.
SACRAMENTO – In response to the upcoming United States Supreme Court consideration to redefine the “one-person, one-vote” principle, brought on by conservative activists in Texas, the respective Caucuses of the California State Legislature have issued the following statements:
Sacramento, CA - The California Legislative Black Caucus calls for the end of rioting and destruction in Baltimore, Maryland. This type of unnecessary violence and deliberate destruction of property will not solve anything except to further worsen the relationship between law enforcement and communities.
Sacramento, CA – After a five-month battle that neared record breaking proportions, Loretta E. Lynch was finally sworn in today as the 83rd Attorney General and the first African American woman to serve in this role. The CLBC echoes the sentiments of Vice President Biden, who stated: “It is about time…”