The Kent County Black Caucus was established in 1984 as an advocate for African Americans that live in Kent County and Michigan.
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We are looking forward to 2021 after the election, below is a peek into community conversations that will be hosted by the Kent County Black Caucus.
The Real Karma Behind Your Bad Credit
How to raise your credit score, remove negative items, and get your credit on track in less than 30 days.
You're Going To Heaven...Don't Leave Your Family in Hell!
3 things that will protect you and your loved ones when you die.
How To Run For Your Life!
Ever thought about running for political office? Find out why you should or should not, the process behind it all and how you can WIN your election.
Locked Up Without a Key?
5 things you did not know about Prison Reform. How it affects our community and what can we do to be proactive, not reactive?
Cast The Vote, Endorsement Meeting
Members-only meeting with an open discussion to endorse political ballot issues and candidates as the Kent County Black Caucus.
Our board members are passionate about building economic empowerment ,political influence, and holding the community accountable for inclusion to help secure a quality of life to protect the legacy of black people living in Kent County.
Our non-partisan initiative seeks to hold businesses, organizations and elected officials accountable to authentically recognize and assist in our need for quality services and improved quality of life for generations to come. Want to join our board? Contact us!
KCBC unity membership meetings are open to members or strategic alliance partners only. Guest may only attend ONE meeting as a non-member. Personal annual memberships are $20, strategic alliance partnerships require an application and interview process.
Sign up to hear from the Kent County Black Caucus regarding member events, community courses, social, economic and political issues that affect black people living in Kent County and Michigan. Unity will never betray us!