Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus

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The Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus is an American political organization composed of African Americans elected to the Pennsylvania General Assembly.

Role[edit]

By drafting and sponsoring legislation to address constituent needs and by examining all bills that affect the black populace, the Caucus acts as a legislative body on behalf of the black community. The Caucus presents a black perspective from the entire state to the Legislature and advocates public policies that promote black social, cultural and economic progress, statewide. In addition, the Caucus serves as a research study group to generate pertinent data in support of appropriate public policies.

Current membership[edit]

List of officers:[1]

District Officers Position
201 (House) Stephen Kinsey Chair
195 (House) Donna Bullock Vice Chair
95 (House) Carol Hill-Evans Secretary
35 (House) Summer Lee Treasurer

Members[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus Members". PLBC Web Page. Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Retrieved 2017-03-04.