Definition of black caucus in English:

black caucus

Syllabification: black cau·cus

noun

US
1A political caucus composed of black people interested in advancing the concerns of blacks.
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  • There has been a winnowing out of the political achievements, throughout the country, of the black caucuses.
  • You know full well that there are fellow members of your black caucus within the Democratic Party who are supporting an alternative and not supportive of the proposed bill.
  • He believes that the black caucus has a vested interest in protecting the racial composition of his majority-black district - even though its voters have chosen a white politician to represent them.
1.1 (Black Caucus) A political caucus composed of black members of the US Congress.
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  • You're a member of the Congressional Black Caucus.
  • Watts, who is not a Black Caucus member, says his goal is to increase federal support for historically black colleges and universities.
  • While meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus the next day, the attorney general told black lawmakers that he was ‘eager to respond to the president's charge.’

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