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shirley chisholm: Trump is the president of the United States and has NO IDEA who the congressional black caucus is. Let that be a lesson to you ANY black person that meets with him is a sellout and is looking for a hand out financially. C 17th soulja4 Trump is the MOST effective thing I've EVER witnessed at exposing white supremacists in black face 🌚 17thsoulja BlackIG17th The Congressional Black Caucus is an organization representing the black members of the United States Congress. While race is not an explicit prerequisite for membership, all of its members have been African-American. Its chair is Representative Cedric Richmond of Louisiana.A predecessor to the caucus was founded in January 1969 as a "Democratic Select Committee" by a group of black members of the House of Representatives, including Shirley Chisholm of New York, Louis Stokes of Ohio and William L. Clay of Missouri. Black representatives had begun to enter the House in increasing numbers during the 1960s, and they had a desire for a formal organization.The first chairman, Charles Diggs, served from 1969 to 1971. All the members of the caucus landed on the master list of Nixon political opponents. Nixon refused to meet with the newly formed group, and so the group chose to boycott his 1971 State of the Union, leading to their first joint political victory and press coverage.
shirley chisholm: Trump is the president of the United States
 and has NO IDEA who the congressional
 black caucus is. Let that be a lesson to you
 ANY black person that meets with him is a
 sellout and is looking for a hand out
 financially.
 C 17th soulja4
Trump is the MOST effective thing I've EVER witnessed at exposing white supremacists in black face 🌚 17thsoulja BlackIG17th The Congressional Black Caucus is an organization representing the black members of the United States Congress. While race is not an explicit prerequisite for membership, all of its members have been African-American. Its chair is Representative Cedric Richmond of Louisiana.A predecessor to the caucus was founded in January 1969 as a "Democratic Select Committee" by a group of black members of the House of Representatives, including Shirley Chisholm of New York, Louis Stokes of Ohio and William L. Clay of Missouri. Black representatives had begun to enter the House in increasing numbers during the 1960s, and they had a desire for a formal organization.The first chairman, Charles Diggs, served from 1969 to 1971. All the members of the caucus landed on the master list of Nixon political opponents. Nixon refused to meet with the newly formed group, and so the group chose to boycott his 1971 State of the Union, leading to their first joint political victory and press coverage.

Trump is the MOST effective thing I've EVER witnessed at exposing white supremacists in black face 🌚 17thsoulja BlackIG17th The Congressi...