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Ensuring That Black College Students Succeed

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Project 21’s innovative suggestion to tie colleges’ and universities’ eligibility for federal aid to their ability to ensure the students they admit have what it takes to graduate was recently highlighted in a Washington Times commentary. Council Nedd II, a Project 21 co-chairman and former teacher, authored the commentary. It ...
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Kanye’s Conversion an Existential Threat for Left

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Kanye West was praised and defended by the left after he declared, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, that President George W. Bush didn’t care about black people. Now, with West’s political evolution and his embrace of President Donald Trump, he ...
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Baldwin’s Boast of Broad Black Support Disputed

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President Donald Trump’s approval rating among blacks was last reported at 36%. But Alec Baldwin seems to think it’s all due to him. Project 21 members beg to differ with Baldwin. They see the bump in the President’s numbers coming from his ...
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Kavanaugh Confirmation Shows Liberals’ Scorn for Constitution

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In his analysis of the brutal Brett Kavanaugh confirmation battle, Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper told CRTV host Andrew Wilkow that liberals are “not committed to the rule of law.” Horace, a former professor of constitutional law and senior counsel to congressional leaders, ...
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Official English Unites America

In a new Insides Sources commentary, picked up by the Charleston Post and Courier and other media, Project 21 member Jerome Danner and National Center Vice President David W. Almasi noted that “America is one of only seven countries without an official language.” But being a holdout from the rest of ...
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Finding Black “Promised Land” With “Common Ground”

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If people could stop the reflexive political name-calling, particularly in the black community, there could be a lot more progress in finding solutions to societal problems. That’s the message Project 21 member Christopher Arps brought to the Bobby Gunther Walsh morning show on ...
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Kavanaugh Critics Cripple Equality Crusade

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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, are scheduled to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow about her allegations against him over sexual assault that may have occurred over 30 years ago. A committee vote on Kavanaugh’s ...
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Google Needs More Diversity… of Opinion

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Alphabet, the parent company of Google, needs more diversity. It needs more diversity of viewpoint. A new scandal involving the tech giant has National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper “very troubled.” He’s calling on company’s board to tear itself away from ...
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Border Walls = Litter Prevention

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Environmental devastation across the U.S.-Mexico border is real, but the left says a border wall would make things worse. On the other hand, National Center Senior Fellow Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. thinks a wall would do well in deterring threats to ...
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What Did Colin Kaepernick Sacrifice?

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Roland Martin, who once had jobs at CNN and TVOne, is now hosting a new streaming webcast. Having seen Project 21 member Christopher Arps's recent Daily Caller commentary about NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, Martin had Christopher on his show as one ...
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Maxine Waters “Trivializes” Slavery with Immigration Analogy

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In her latest attack on President Trump, Representative Maxine Waters compared the enforcement of American immigration law to slavery. Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper rebutted her comments during a segment on the Fox News Channel, saying that such an outlandish comparison “trivializes” the ...
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