Sens. Scott, Booker, Warnock Pass Resolution Celebrating Senate Black Legislative Staff Caucus’ 45th Anniversary

WASHINGTON –  This week, the Senate unanimously passed Senators Tim Scott (R-S.C.), Cory Booker (D-N.J.), and Raphael Warnock’s (D-Ga.) resolution celebrating the Senate Black Legislative Staff Caucus’ 45th Anniversary.

“Congratulations for reaching this incredible milestone. The mission of the Senate Black Legislative Staff Caucus is rooted in diversifying Capitol Hill—bringing people from all walks of life to help our nation’s leaders better understand who we are serving.” said Senator Scott

“For decades, the Senate Black Legislative Staff Caucus has served as an important community and support system among Black Senate staffers and I am proud to help commemorate the 45th anniversary of this incredible group. Those who represent us in government should reflect the rich diversity of our nation. Increasing diversity within the Senate is a goal we all should strive for,” said Senator Booker.

“For 45 years, the Senate Black Legislative Staff Caucus has provided crucial resources and support to recruit and develop Black congressional staff,” said Senator Reverend Warnock. “I’m proud to congratulate the SBLSC —a pillar in the effort to ensure that the staff who shape our laws be as diverse as the country itself.”

Read our resolution here.


The Senate Black Legislative Staff Caucus is a professional and social network for Black legislative staff in the United States Senate. Established in 1977 as a non-partisan, official staff organization, SBLSC is the oldest congressional staff caucus on the Hill. SBLSC’s goal is to build a sense of community and support among minority Senate staffers by increasing diversity and access to resources in the Senate. SBLSC also provides professional resources and programming to ensure that staffers are successful.

This resolution honors and celebrates the vision, foresight, and legacy of Jackie Parker and Ralph Everett which sought to cultivate a Senate culture that reflects America.