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The Kansas African American Legislative Caucus, formerly known as the Kansas Black Legislative Caucus, is an American political and educational organization. The Caucus is composed of seven African Americans elected to the Kansas Legislature.

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History

The Caucus was organized in March 1975 to foster greater participation of minority groups in the political process and enhance their awareness of critical political issues. Founding members of the Caucus include: Representatives Norman E. Justice, Clarence C. Love, Theo Cribbs, Eugene Anderson and William K. Marshall and Senator Billy Q. McCray.[1]

Priorities

Current membership

List of officers:[2]

District Officers Position
44(House) Barbara Ballard chair
secretary
treasurer
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Members

Notes

  1. ^ "The Kansas Legistlative Black Caucus". University of Kansas Libraries. http://spencer.lib.ku.edu/exhibits/afamlegislators/caucus.html. Retrieved 2008-05-03.  
  2. ^ "LEGISLATION". Kansas African American Affairs Commission. http://www.kaaac.org/legislation.php. Retrieved 2008-05-03.  
  3. ^ "Democratic Legislators Back Obama". O. http://www.wibw.com/home/headlines/13872647.html. Retrieved 2008-05-03.  

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