The Hampton Roads Black Caucus stands for all voters in Hampton Roads at the City & State level.
Our membership is as diverse and as inclusive as the cities in Hampton Roads we call home.
The Hampton Roads Black Caucus has some of the most dynamic leaders who want to meet you are our next event.
The Hampton Roads Black Caucus is pleased to endorse the following candidates: City of Portsmouth Mayor Shannon E. Glover City Council Lisa L. Lucas-Burke De’ Andre A. Barnes Nathan J. Clark School Board LeKeesha S. Atkinson Sarah Duncan Hinds Yolanda C. “Edmonds” Thomas Angelia N. Allen Barry R. Randall City of Suffolk Mayor Linda T. […]
Join S.T.O.P.’s After School Tutoring Program REGISTRATION Monday, September 14th 2020 12:00pm – 5:00pm Trinity Church 35th Street Virginia Beach, VA 23451 Tutoring grades K-12 Emphasis in literacy STEM Learning Career exploration Educational workshops Virtual sessions available COVID-19 testing required Program enrollment required CDC Guidelines enforced For more information, call 757-737-1822
On behalf of the Hampton Roads Black Caucus (HRBC), we join America in mourning the lost of a civil rights icon U.S.Representative John Lewis from the state of Georgia. HRBC would like to thank him for giving power to the voices of those who could not speak for themselves. He assisted in transforming a nation […]
The Hampton Roads Black Caucus stand in support of civil rights, strong anti-discrimination measures, and affirmative action. We will always stand steadfast in support of policies to promote a decent wage, high growth, and a full employment economy to name a few.
Over the next decade, lawmakers, business owners, and many others will use 2020 Census data to make critical decisions. This is why every 10 years, the law requires the government to complete a census of the population in our country. The results of the census will help our leaders determine where communities need new schools, […]
Many of us have seen the horrifying video of George Floyd being pinned to the ground for nine minutes; imploring that he could not breathe as a police officer seemingly held his knee on his neck. Soon after, while in police custody, George Floyd was dead. As a son, father, uncle and a fellow human […]
The Hampton Roads Black Caucus is open to all people interested in helping make our country, our commonwealth and out country a better place to live for all people.