About Us

The Nevada Black Legislative Caucus (NBLC), is organized as a nonprofit, charitable, nonpartisan and educational organization with no pecuniary gain inuring to its members.

Members of the NBLC shall include African Americans who are duly elected in the Assembly and Senate of the Nevada State Assembly in November of each general election year, and certified by the Secretary of State.

Vision & Mission

To seek to increase the preparation, participation and representation of African Americans in state government;

To seek to develop and conduct educational, research and training programs designed to enhance the effectiveness of its members, as they consider legislation and issues of public policy which impact, either directly or indirectly upon the general welfare of African American constituents within their respective jurisdictions;

To seek to create Legislative policy for economic equity, educational parity, and justice system that fairly treats each citizen; and

To stimulate the professional and intellectual advancement of its members.

This will be achieved by engaging in activities that educate and provide scholarships; conduct research, development and training activities; and support, sponsor, underwrite, staff and administer nonpartisan, program activities consistent with the mission of the NBLC


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Supported by Real People

In the state of Nevada.