Congressional Black Caucus Foundation

Rev. Dr. Moss, the current Senior Pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, IL, is an accomplished author, speaker, and activist. He published…

While Barack Obama has been increasingly vocal about issues affecting Black America in the last months of his presidency, his stance on the Black Lives Matter Network remains…

Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, III of Chicago's Trinity United Church of Christ, will be among those joining in praise, prayer and music Sept. 19 in Washington, DC. Here's how to get tickets or watch it streamed live online.

Gail Perry-Mason, founder of Money Matters for Youth in Detroit, advises families to start saving for college early and contribute often.

According to Bloomberg.com, an unidentified man posing as a member of Congress made it into a secure area backstage during President Barack Obama’s appearance at the…

Michael Brown, Sr.  and his cousin, Ty Pruit, spoke with Roland Martin during the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference about the death of Michael…

Friends, family and members of the Congressional Black Caucus all came out on Sept. 27 in Washington, D.C. to pay tribute to Radio One’s founder…

At two major events during this year’s Congressional Black Caucus Weekend events in Washington, Cathy Hughes, the Founder and Chairperson of the Board of Radio One, received two of the top honors during the weekend’s events. On Friday, September 26th, Hughes was honored by The Black Women’s Agenda, a national collaborative organization of some of […]

The announcement that Attorney General Eric Holder, the first African-American US Attorney general and the fourth longest tenured Attorney general has hit African-Americans hard.  In an exclusive interview on Afternoons with Amos from the Congressional Black Caucus Weekend activities in Washington, Congressman Andre Carson commented on to Holder’s service to the country and the community […]