African American Caucus
Purpose and Mission: The African American Caucus addresses issues of violence within the African American communities throughout the state of Texas. The mission of the caucus is to bring about awareness of domestic violence within the various African American communities and families throughout Texas. The caucus addresses social, economical, and institutional oppressive issues that perpetuate and encourage domestic violence within the various African American communities throughout the state of Texas.
The Texas Council on Family Violence’s African American Caucus has been recognized statewide by advocates for its work against violence in Texas year after year. This year proves not to be any different from any other. The African American Caucus is committed to our warm rich heritage, rejuvenation of spirit and souls, and critically thinking about and improving our roles in ending family violence in Texas for women of color. We welcome all activists of color to join the African American Caucus. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com .
The African American Caucus also played an advisory role in creating the brochure, Our Community: Everyone’s Responsibility.”
Copies of the brochure are available for anyone residing in Texas by calling TCFV at 800-525-1978.
How to join: CANs are made up of TCFV individual members. If you’d like to join the African American Caucus, click here to become a TCFV member. Please indicate on your application that you are interested in learning more about the African American Caucus.
Already a TCFV individual member? Great! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information about joining African American Caucus.