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Donna Jackson

Donna Jackson

DONNA JACKSON Project 21 member Donna Jackson is a seasoned accountant with public and private sector experience as well as previous forays into politics and ministry. Donna earned a Bachelor of Accountancy (cum laude) from the California State University San ...
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Reparations Proposal Called a "Sham" by Black Activists

Reparations Proposal Called a “Sham” by Black Activists

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Taxpayer Payments for Slavery Would Be Unnecessary and Divisive, Says Project 21 Washington, D.C. - Calling the idea of reparations for slavery a “sham,” members of the Project 21 black leadership network say black Americans who take advantage of opportunities ...
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Court Can’t Hide From Race, Gender-Specific Abortion Problem Forever

Court Can’t Hide From Race, Gender-Specific Abortion Problem Forever

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While the U.S. Supreme Court chose not to take up a case involving a common sense "abortion control" that prohibited the termination of a baby based on its race, gender or perceived disability, Justice Clarence Thomas made a compelling argument ...
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SNAP Work Requirements Deserve Food for Thought

SNAP Work Requirements Deserve Food for Thought

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Unlike with ObamaCare, members of Congress have had the time and ability to examine the proposed Trump Administration rule on work requirements for entitlement eligibility. The question remains then as to why members of the key congressional subcommittee didn’t seem to ...
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Black Activists Support Stronger Work Requirements for "Food Stamp" Aid

Black Activists Support Stronger Work Requirements for “Food Stamp” Aid

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Project 21 Lauds "Return on Investment" for Amending "Unnecessary and Unproductive" Obama Era SNAP Waivers Washington, D.C. - Most able-bodied individuals should be held to work requirements in order to qualify for food stamps, according to public comments submitted by ...
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Gore Plays Race Card to Plug Pipeline

Gore Plays Race Card to Plug Pipeline

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It’s been close to a month since it was discovered that Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s medical school yearbook page contained a photo of a person in blackface and a person dressed in a Ku Klux Klan outfit. While there have been ...
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Newspaper Apologizes, Agrees with Project 21's Call for Mutual Respect

Newspaper Apologizes, Agrees with Project 21’s Call for Mutual Respect

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In a mea culpa of sorts for the widespread rush to judgement following recent events involving smirking students and drumming at the Lincoln Memorial, one newspaper looked to Project 21 to help bring reason back into fashion. When the media and ...
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Covington Teen Should Be Praised Rather Than Vilified By Media, Black Leaders Say

Covington Teen Should Be Praised Rather Than Vilified By Media, Black Leaders Say

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Youth’s Calm Efforts to De-Escalate Conflict Should Be a Model for Adults Washington, D.C. – Covington Catholic High School teen Nick Sandmann deserves to be praised rather than vilified, say leaders of the black leadership network Project 21. “Faced with ...
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Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy and Lessons Praised By Black Conservatives

Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy and Lessons Praised By Black Conservatives

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Washington, D.C. – With Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaching, black conservative activists are commemorating the late civil rights icon’s life, lessons and legacy. Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are available to discuss Dr. King’s importance in ...
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Hard Truths Aired at Aretha's Funeral

Hard Truths Aired at Aretha’s Funeral

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At the funeral for legendary soul singer Aretha Franklin, Al Sharpton used his time to slam President Donald Trump, saying that the President needed to be taught the meaning of the word “respect.” Commentator Michael Eric Dyson reportedly screeched about the President: ...
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