Concerned Black American Citizens, founded in November 2019, is a nonpartisan organization that writes public policy advocating for pure reparations and a focused agenda of restorative policies to repair and rebuild the Black family after decades of targeted wealth destruction and genocide by the United States government.
CBAC advocates for Black Americans descended from chattel slavery and Jim Crow, and can trace the lineage of at least one parent to the 1870 US Census. We believe that the Descendant community must #DelineateNow ethnically, politically, educationally and spiritually. We must promote the establishment of stable, politically active Black Families where children benefit from the care of at least two loving parents.
Concerned Black American Citizens value the ideals promised in the Constitution of the United States of America that all men are created equal. We believe that those ideals can only become a reality for all Americans with the economic restoration of the Black family.
CBAC believes that a strong Black family is a stronger America for all, both spiritually and economically. When Black families win, America wins.