SCDCBC Empowerment

We believe the Black Community can and should feel strong and confident about who they are and the work they can do to positively represent their interest in the community and beyond in a responsible and self-determined way.  That is to say, they are quite capable of acting on their own authority to positively impact and improve their community.

Email: scdcblackcaucus@gmail.com

Meetings:  Every 2nd Friday of the month 

 Support Our Youth

The SCDCBC is committed to ensuring that matters of concern to the Black Community aren’t neglected or left unresolved within the Somerset County Democratic Party.  We believe an integral part of this mission is the support of our youth whose success translates into the success of our community and our people.

 

If you are looking to join this endeavor and make a difference in all our futures, then consider contributing to our Scholarship Fund or joining us at our annual scholarship luncheon. We eagerly welcome your support for both our youth and our community in this very critical mission.   

 

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Women's March in Atlantic City

Updated: Feb 12, 2019

Special Guest Speaker: LT Governor Sheila Y. Oliver

Date: January 19, 2019


The Women's march honored the work, heroism and sacrifices of Ms Fanny Lou Famer. IT all started 55 years ago when Ms. Famer and and the Mississippi Southern Party sought to take their rightful seats at the Democratic Convention which was held in Atlantic City, NJ.



For this event busing was available.


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