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[[image - 11 headshot photographs of various members of Congressional Black Caucus]]

CONGRESSMAN WALTER E. FAUNTROY, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - Pastor of Washington, D.C.'s New Bethel Baptist Church, Congressman Walter E. Fauntroy is the only member of the Black Caucus who is a practicing minister. Representing the District of Columbia for the past two years, the Yale Divinity School alumnus was chairman of the caucus task force for the 1972 Democratic National Committee.

Senator Edward Brooks

CONGRESSMAN PARREN J. MITCHELL, 7th DISTRICT, MARYLAND - As a former sociology professor, Maryland Congressman Parren J. Mitchell has shown a particular sensitivity to human problems which have developed in his constituency.

CONGRESSMAN RONALD V. DELLUMS, 7th DISTRICT, CALIFORNIA - A former social worker and manpower development consultant, Congressman Ronald V. Dellums who represents California's 7th District, has also served as a member of the Berkeley City Council. He began his career in the House of Representatives in 1967. 
Congressman Dellums is a member of the District of Columbia and Armed Services Committees. Often described as flamboyant and outspoken, Dellums has often been singled out for criticism after taking firn stands on issues like the Vietnam War.
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