PROJECT 21 ARCHIVE – 2017

Gray Lady Apologizes for Neo-Nazi Profile, But Not Hateful Commentary Criticized by Project 21

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In a recent Daily Caller commentary, Project 21 member Ted Hayes called out the New York Times and Cardozo Law Professor Ekow N. Yankah for a hateful piece in the Times in which the professor explained why he tells his black children they cannot be real friends with white people ...
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President of 107th-Ranked Black College Criticizes Project 21 for Putting National Anthem in Context… Literally

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Taking issue with a recent press release from Project 21 and a larger historical debate, Simmons College of Kentucky President Rev. Dr. Kevin W. Cosby insisted that the “Star-Spangled Banner” lyrics should apparently be defined literally and by modern standards. Are you sure you want to be so literal, President ...
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Project 21 Co-Chair’s Comments on Guns in Church to Protect Parishioners in Daily Caller, Wall Street Journal and OC Register

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Project 21 Co-Chairman Council Nedd II, also an Anglican bishop and Pennsylvania state constable, is reconsidering his personal decision not to carry his gun during Sunday services. As a constable, Council has provided protection to other religious institutions.  He never felt the need to be armed in his own sacred ...
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NAACP Protest of “Star-Spangled Banner” Rebuked by Black Conservatives

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"Cynical" Attack on National Anthem Divides Nation NAACP Chapter's Demand Contradicts Earlier Claims That Protests Are Not About Flag Washington, D.C. - As the NAACP's California chapter argues that the "Star-Spangled Banner" should be dropped as America's national song because it is "racist" and "anti-black," members of the Project 21 ...
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After Sutherland Springs Church Massacre, Anglican Bishop Considers Arming Himself at the Altar

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Washington, D.C. / Pine Grove Mills, PA - A man of the cloth in Pennsylvania who also wears a badge is now contemplating packing a pistol in the pulpit to protect his parish. Bishop Council Nedd II, rector of St. Alban's Anglican Church in Pine Grove Mills, Pennsylvania and co-chairman ...
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Packing at the Pulpit: This Man of God May Arm Himself to Protect His Flock, by Bishop Council Nedd II

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As a law enforcement officer, I can and do carry a gun almost anywhere.  But I never take it to my other workplace – a church.  Besides being a state constable, I’m also a church rector and an Anglican bishop.  I am, however, rethinking that personal gun ban for the ...
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Crusade Against Cross Honoring Vets Could Go to Supreme Court

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An appeals court ruling against a war memorial cross could lead to the next big religious liberties case before the U.S. Supreme Court. Bishop Council Nedd II, a co-chairman of the National Center’s Project 21 black leadership network says: The Bladensburg Peace Cross should be allowed to stand where it ...
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NFL Kneeling: Project 21’s Horace Cooper 2, Leo Terrell 0

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@horacecooper ~ Horace Cooper is one of the most sensible, logical men I've ever heard speak! The black community needs to hear his message! — Infinity (@infinityzzzzz) October 11, 2017 As this tumultuous NFL season heads into its seventh week, its fans – or ex-fans, as the case may be ...
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Black Activists Credit Trump Policies for Helping Create 17-Year Low in Black Unemployment

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Washington, D.C. - Recently released unemployment statistics showing black unemployment at a 17-year low are being applauded by members of the Project 21 black leadership network as a triumph of the "commonsense" policies and economic confidence brought about by the Trump Administration. "Commonsense measures to reduce regulation are a major ...
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Black Activists at Cornell Want Fewer Africans on Campus

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Black students at Cornell University are complaining that they are at a disadvantage because there are too many black students. It’s not exactly that there are too many black students.  Cornell apparently doesn’t have enough of the right black students.  And the black student group there is demanding the Ivy ...
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Black Conservatives Say Players Kneel and Protest at Their Peril

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NFL's Indulgence of Radical Politics Sends Divisive Message, Drives Away Fans Washington, D.C. - With the high likelihood of continued instances of professional football players "taking a knee" while the National Anthem is played during this week's NFL games, members of the Project 21 black leadership network are warning that ...
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Miss America Pageant Politics Worries Pivotal Past Contestant

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While the spotlight is currently on the politicization of the NFL and the chaos that liberal politics is bringing to the sports world, Project 21 is making sure that people understand liberal influences are similarly threatening the footlights of the Miss America pageant. In a new Washington Times commentary, Project ...
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Snark is Also a Form of Media Bias

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It’s not easy to work with a member of the media you figure is going to troll you. The National Center for Public Policy Research has been engaged in a coordinated effort to combat media bias.  In this instance, it’s at ESPN – a channel owned by the Walt Disney ...
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Black Conservatives Rebuke ESPN Host on Trump “White Supremacist” Claims

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Jemele Hill's Allegations Hurt Race Relations and the ESPN Brand Washington, D.C. - After ESPN host Jemele Hill tweeted that President Donald Trump and his supporters are "white supremacists," black conservatives with the Project 21 leadership network are criticizing Hill for her wild and incendiary allegations. They further fault the ...
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CEO Resignations From Trump Business Councils Reveal Leaders’ “True Colors”

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Liberal Grandstanding and Cronyism Seen as Undermining Efforts to Grow Economy, Create Jobs Washington, D.C. - Recent CEO resignations from the Trump Administration's business councils are being criticized by the nation's leading conservative shareholder activists as being short-sighted and political. The Free Enterprise Project (FEP) says the resignations, which prompted ...
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CEO Resignations from Trump Council: “Triumph of Politics Over Policy”

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They claim it’s not politics, but it certainly reeks of corporate America bowing to the will of the anti-Trump resistance movement.  That’s unfortunately not unusual these days. It started with Merck’s Kenneth Frazier, and now includes the CEOs of Intel and Under Armour and the head of the Alliance for ...
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Observations on Charlottesville: Project 21 Members Reflect

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It goes without saying that members of the Project 21 black leadership network are appalled by what transpired this past weekend in Charlottesville. There is a lot to be angry about when it comes to Charlottesville.  The hostile actions there that enflamed racial tension all over were unnecessary, and the loss ...
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St. Louis NAACP Backs Down, Reverses Course to Endorse Missouri “Travel Advisory”

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Well, that was quick. On Friday, Project 21 members in the St. Louis area were praising the NAACP’s St. Louis County chapter for pushing back against state and national leaders after a “travel advisory” was issued that cautions minority populations that might be visiting or passing through the Show Me ...
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St. Louis NAACP Follows Project 21’s Lead Opposing Missouri “Travel Advisory” Pushed by National, State Groups

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Local Project 21 Members Commend NAACP Affiliate for Standing Up to "Bad Policy" Potentially Hurtful to Missouri Residents and Businesses St. Louis, MO / Washington, D.C. - Local members of the Project 21 black leadership network are commending the St. Louis County NAACP for coming out against a "travel advisory" ...
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NAACP’s Missouri “Travel Ban” Derided by Local Blacks

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Project 21 Members Say Stunt "Only Serves to Racially Fracture Our National Psyche" St. Louis, MO / Washington, D.C. - The NAACP recently issued a "travel advisory" for the state of Missouri that suggests a "looming danger" exists there. Members of the Project 21 black leadership network who live in ...
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