Category: Project 21

L.A. May Destroy Homeless Community Cleaned by Conservatives

L.A. May Destroy Homeless Community Cleaned by Conservatives

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Anticipating a move by the city to destroy a recently cleaned-up homeless encampment, Project 21 consultant Ted Hayes says he will resort to civil disobedience to stop Los Angeles authorities from trying to drive the homeless out of the area ...
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Black Political Beliefs May Change with Economic Gains

Black Political Beliefs May Change with Economic Gains

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Despite the Left's dire predictions, it turns out that the policies advocated by President Donald Trump are helping black Americans even more than they are helping white Americans. Numbers don't lie, and the latest employment numbers refute the claims that ...
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There’s Light at the End of the Regulatory Tunnel for Traditional Bulbs

There’s Light at the End of the Regulatory Tunnel for Traditional Bulbs

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When it comes to the bright idea of allowing people to continue to buy the affordable incandescent light bulbs they want and sometimes need, the National Center and its Project 21 black leadership network were glad to sign onto a ...
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Friday Night Lights, Not Fights, by Martin D. Baker

Friday Night Lights, Not Fights, by Martin D. Baker

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Having played high school football, I know trash-talking is all part of the game. Getting into the opponent’s head can give a team an advantage. Fans do their part with chants. But everything should be civil and not taken beyond ...
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Calling Foul on Unsportsmanlike Behavior

Calling Foul on Unsportsmanlike Behavior

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In high school football, there is not a problem of players kneeling during the national anthem. Unlike the NFL, it would appear the challenge involving student athletes is far more grave. Under the Friday night lights, there could be a ...
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Reforming HUD’s Presumption of Racial Guilt

Reforming HUD’s Presumption of Racial Guilt

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Under the current interpretation of the Fair Housing Act, as prescribed by a rule imposed during the Obama Administration, a statistical finding of disparate impact against a protected group is all it takes to prove discrimination. The Trump Administration has ...
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Liberals Ignored High Black Unemployment Under Obama, Won’t Celebrate Record Lows Under Trump

Liberals Ignored High Black Unemployment Under Obama, Won’t Celebrate Record Lows Under Trump

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Last week, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics posted the lowest overall black unemployment figure ever recorded at 5.4 percent. According to a Project 21 analysis, reported in a press release last week after the jobs report was released, this ...
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Record-Low Black Unemployment Applauded by Black Activists

Record-Low Black Unemployment Applauded by Black Activists

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Project 21 Cites Low Taxes, Deregulation Among Reasons Blacks Are Back to Work Black unemployment has hit yet another record low, and that is being cheered by members of the Project 21 black leadership network, who cite lower taxes and ...
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Bette Rebuked: Black Conservatives Pan Diva’s Attack on Senator

Bette Rebuked: Black Conservatives Pan Diva’s Attack on Senator

Raising the Barr /
The Divine Miss M is belting out sour notes these days. Fading celebrity Bette Midler – and Twitter – are being criticized by members of the National Center’s Project 21 black leadership network after Midler used the social media platform ...
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“White Guilt” Threatens MLK’s Legacy

“White Guilt” Threatens MLK’s Legacy

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White guilt is “really ripping us apart.” That’s what Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper concluded during a recent discussion on the Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle” program. Horace also noted that white guilt about race relations is fueling a ...
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