Our Historical Timeline
19th Annual NBCSL Conference in Birmingham, Alabama. NBCSL members play key role in developing the first African American Legislative Summit co- sponsored by the CBC, NBC-LEO, and NOBOC in Washington, D.C. NBCSL President Lois DeBerry leads a delegation to the Read More
18th Annual NBCSL Conference in Memphis, Tennessee. Tennessee Speaker Pro Tempore Lois DeBerry elected NBCSL’s first woman president to fill unexpired term of President Regis Groff. NBCSL members serve as international observers during the first multi-racial elections in South Africa; Read More
17th Annual NBCSL Conference in Denver, Colorado.
16th Annual NBCSL Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
15th Annual NBCSL Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
14th Annual NBCSL Conference in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; first African and African American Summit. Colorado State Senator Regis Groff elected 4th NBCSL President.
13th Annual NBCSL Conference in Miami, Florida.
12th Annual NBCSL Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma. President Richardson leads delegation of members and leaders from other black organizations to London, England to meet with Black members of British Parliament.
11th Annual NBCSL Conference in Hartford, Connecticut. The first NBCSL International Conference in St. John, Virgin Islands.
President Mitchell and members of the Executive Committee fought for and won a resolution by the National Conference of State Legislators opposing U.S. investments in South Africa. 10th Annual NBCSL Conference in Washington, D.C. NBCSL President David P. Richardson, Jr., Read More