Caucus News

CLBC’S African American Leaders Program begins at CSU Dominguez Hills

July 19, 2022

SACRAMENTO – Tomorrow, the African American Leaders of Tomorrow Program will begin. Created and led by the California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC), this annual event invites high achieving students from throughout California that have been hand selected to participate in the conference.

African American Leaders for Tomorrow Program 

April 4, 2022

The CLBC Youth Leadership Program "African-American Leaders for Tomorrow" seeks to identify and help prepare the next generation to become community, business, governmental and non-profit organizational leaders in the African-American community. The African-American Leaders for Tomorrow Program is for 9th and 10th grade students who are interested in an on-campus, immersion experience at the California State University at Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), in Los Angeles California. The 2022 African-American Leaders for Tomrrow Program takes place from July 20-23 at CSUDH.

Chairman Steven Bradford Named 2021 Regional Legislator of the Year by National Black Caucus of State Legislators

December 6, 2021

SACRAMENTO ­– Last week the National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL) awarded Senator Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) the Regional Legislator of the Year Award during their 45th Annual Legislative Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Each year, hundreds of African-American legislators, along with advocates, policy experts, corporate executives, and community leaders, attend NBCSL’s premier event to discuss policies addressing the nation’s most pressing issues affecting African Americans.

Black Caucus Condemns Mistreatment of Haitian Refugees

September 24, 2021

The California Legislative Black Caucus calls on President Joe Biden’s Administration and Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Alajendro Mayorkas to take immediate action to halt the barbaricand inhumane actions taken by the Border Patrol against the Haitian people who have fled an earthquake and political unrest in their homeland.

Los Angeles Times: Editorial: Keep bad cops out of town

August 3, 2021

Very few of the police reforms proposed following the killing of George Floyd are novel approaches to public safety. To the contrary, most are long-standing, common-sense ideas that continue to languish because police unions and other lobbying groups keep saying “no,” despite attempts to accommodate their concerns.

June 28, 2021

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Antonio Harvey| California Black Media

Lorie Shelley| California Senate Photos

CLBC Police Reform Press Conference

April 20, 2021