Another Project 21-Associated Film Screening at CPAC on Thursday Night

“Runaway Slave,” a film to be screened at the 2012 Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C., is another film that will be shown that contains the contributions of Project 21 spokespersons.  This documentary feature will be getting a special sneak preview at the conference.

The brainchild of Pastor C.L. Bryant, a former local NAACP official in Texas who is now an outspoken conservative, “Runaway Slave” is described as “revealing the ‘new underground railroad’ and the mindset of a cultural acceptance of entitlements and big government.”

Promotional material for the film further notes:

The black conservatives interviewed in “Runaway Slave” do not bow to political correctness.  Their thoughts and experiences are laid bare for an audience hungry for the truth.

Project 21 members Dozier Gray, Dr. Alveda King and Deneen Borelli were interviewed for “Runaway Slave.”

The film is expected to be released nationally later in 2012.

“Runaway Slave” will be shown on Thursday, February 9 at 7:30PM eastern in the Wilson C meeting room at the Marriott Wardman Park.  Deneen will participate in a panel discussion at the screening.

A trailer for the film can be found below:

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