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Baltimore Blight Festers While Leaders Fail to Lead

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It’s been three weeks since President Donald Trump tweeted about poor quality of living standards in the Baltimore congressional district of Representative Elijah Cummings. And it’s been two weeks since Project 21 gave Cummings, Baltimore Mayor Jack Young and the Baltimore City Council copies of its “Blueprint for a Better ...
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Endangered Species Reform Promotes Better Environmental Stewardship

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With only a three percent recovery rate for 1,661 species that the federal government has designated as threatened or endangered since 1973, National Center Senior Fellow Dr. Bonner Cohen calls the Endangered Species Act (ESA) “a complete dud.” “Paltry,” he notes, ...
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Reparations Ignores American Greatness for a “Socialist Payout”

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When it comes to liberal demands for slavery reparations, Project 21 member Emery McClendon remarks: “Here we go again.” After all, slavery was abolished generations ago. Those directly involved in slavery died generations ago. Civil rights protections are the law ...
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Cuomo’s “Fredo” Freak-Out Criticized by Black Activists

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Project 21 Members Say Reference to "Godfather" Character Not Comparable to N-Word Washington, D.C. – As CNN personality Chris Cuomo tries to equate being called “Fredo” – the “weak brother” in “The Godfather” – with a black person being called ...
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Cuomo’s Comparing “Fredo” to N-Word Dumb, Not Smart

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It may be regrettable that CNN personality Chris Cuomo was trolled on his personal time, but it’s outrageous that Cuomo would try to compare being called “Fredo” to a black person being called the n-word. And it is unforgivable for ...
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Blueprint Finds a Foothold in Ferguson

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Commenting on the recent press conference with city officials in Ferguson, Missouri, Project 21 member Jerome Danner writes in a Western Free Press commentary that “there is hope that change may come with the implementation of Project 21’s ideas and ...
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Root Causes of Rising Animosity Remain Unchecked

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Our nation’s racial problems are “far more complicated than our leaders have grasped.” Project 21 member Dr. Carol M. Swain writes that “reckless accusations and misguided approaches” are “sowing seeds of division” in America. Tweets may be part of the ...
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Hollywood Values Betray Moviegoers and Investors

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Along with the liberal creations of a right to marry and a right to an abortion, liberal attorney Leo Terrell proclaimed on the Fox News Channel that “Hollywood has the right to make a movie.” While there is a right to ...
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Citizenship Scrutiny for Immigrants on Welfare Gets Black Approval

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Project 21: Path to Citizenship for People on Assistance is "Unfair" and "Insulting" to Working Poor Washington, D.C. – A new federal rule adding more scrutiny to the citizenship process for immigrants who have collected public assistance is applauded by ...
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Ferguson Mayor on Project 21 Recommendations: “We Want to Do That”

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When Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington left Ferguson City Hall, she fought the urge to indulge on barbeque. It was tough, because the downtown area of this Missouri city is awash in the enticing aroma of Red’s Bar-B-Q. Red’s once ...
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Black Conservatives Desire to Spark Change in Ferguson, by Jerome Danner

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Five years ago, a small town by the name of Ferguson, Missouri, got national attention for the wrong reasons. The media flocked to the area after a police shooting, which resulted in the death of an African American young man ...
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