Raleigh, NC – The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus (NCLBC) will host its Inaugural Founders’ Day Reception and Black History Month Celebration, Saturday, February, 24 at 6:30 pm on the campus of North Carolina Central University at the H. M. Michaux, Jr. School of Education Building (700 Cecil St, Durham, NC).
The Founders’ event will include a reception, awards program and follow with an after party with dancing. Honorees for the night include founding members
The After Party will be off-site at the cost of the establishment and that information will be provided as soon as it is finalized.
The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus is an association comprised of 37 Senators and Representatives of African American, American Indian and Asian-Indian heritage at the North Carolina General Assembly. The Caucus is organized to operate as a vehicle through which African Americans and other people of color residing in the State of North Carolina will be able to exercise their political power in a unified manner; ensure that the views and concerns of African Americans and other communities of color are carried out by their elected representatives; and to work to develop the political consciousness of citizens of all communities and cultures.
Ticket prices for the reception and awards program: Adults 1 for $30 and 2 for $50 and Students 1 for $20 and 2 for $30 and may be purchased at the NCLBC Office at the General Assembly or online at Eventbrite. A portion of the proceeds for this event will go to the NCLBC Foundation HBCU Scholarship Fund and NCLBC programming. Attire is semi-formal. Tickets are available online on Eventbrite or by contacting the NCLBC Office by calling 919-715-5723.