INDIANAPOLIS—Members of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus said they are working as a group during the 2022 legislative session to help dismantle systems that have harmed Black communities in Indiana.

IBLC group photo

The Indiana Black Legislative Caucus poses for a photo following its Jan. 11 press conference, where the group announced its legislative priorities. The group is working as a team this year to dismantle issues facing the Black community, Chair Robin Shackleford, D-Indianapolis, said.

The IBLC, a joint House and Senate caucus of Black legislators, announced its legislative priorities in the halls of the Indiana Statehouse Tuesday. Robin Shackleford, D-Indianapolis, is the chair of the caucus.

Taylor Wooten is a reporter for TheStatehouseFile.com, a news website powered by Franklin College journalism students.

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