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Downplaying Diversity Diminishes Despair, Debt

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Project 21 member Dr. Carol Swain’s comments supporting the de-emphasizing of race as a factor in college and university admissions were published by a prominent Philadelphia educational news source. Carol, a former professor at Vanderbilt University and Princeton University, was asked to comment on the recent decision by the Trump ...
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Teacher Union Gets Poor Marks for Kaepernick Award

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Unsigned former NFL player Colin Kaepernick recently received the National Education Association’s highest award for his alleged work in combatting “racial oppression through education and social justice activism.” Project 21 member Stone Washington told the American Family News Network that ...
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Work Requirements Fight Cruelty of Welfare Dependency

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Participation in the federal food stamp program is at an eight-year low. The economy and fraud-busting tactics on the part of the Trump are getting a lot of the credit for this decline. There are also suggestions about changing the ...
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“Papa John” Loses His Baby Over the N-Word

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It’s a given that the “n-word” is taboo. But there are some who use it liberally. There are some who think it’s alright for certain people to say it, but absolutely forbidden to others in any context. It’s causing problems ...
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Trump’s CAFE Rollback Making Driving Cheaper and Safer

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While talk about an international trade war has presidential critics warning of rising car prices, Project 21 member Derrick Hollie highlighted the Trump Administration’s unsung efforts to lower the prices and increase the safety of cars in America. In a ...
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Supreme Court Shift Could Take Justices Out of High Gear

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Liberals often claim their concern about the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy from the U.S Supreme Court, and the subsequent nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace him, is that it could change the political balance of the Court. Project ...
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Smooth Sailing Predicted for Kavanaugh High Court Nomination

Despite the divisive words and challenges uttered in the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper thinks that both the political and economic climate indicate a positive outcome for the Trump Administration ...
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Black Leaders Applaud Brett Kavanaugh’s Nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court

Washington, D.C. – Applauding President Donald Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, members of the Project 21 black leadership network praise Judge Kavanaugh’s dedication to the Constitution and his impressive record of accomplishment ...
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Bitterness, Debt and Failure Among Good Black Students: Blame Preference Policies

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To foster race-neutral admissions processes at American colleges and universities, the Trump Administration rescinded “unnecessary, outdated, inconsistent with existing law or otherwise improper” guidance issued during the Obama era. Among discarded guidance is the approval of race-explicit selection criteria – including ...
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New Leftist Preference: Boardroom Diversity

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If you’ve been wondering where Jesse Jackson has gone, you’re obviously not attending corporate shareholder meetings. Justin Danhof, Esq., director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project, ran into him twice in just the past month. Jackson is the harbinger ...
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Race-Neutral College Admissions Action Applauded by Black Activists

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Project 21 Offers Recommendations Complementary to Trump Administration Move to Help Black Students Succeed Washington, D.C. – Black students will be more likely to succeed in higher education thanks to new action by the Trump Administration against race preferences in ...
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