Project 21 Ambassador P Rae Easley is a political abolitionist and hostess of Black Excellence Hour on WVON 1690am Chicago, where she has been working to move Black Chicago to the right as rapidly as possible.

P Rae began her civic involvement as a child in the Chicago Westside NAACP with her parents. She was the youth council president for the chapter and traveled around the country attending conferences learning about civil rights and American citizenship. However, she noticed that something was wrong.

The future president with whom she interned as a high school senior in the Illinois Statehouse — Barack Obama — and his policies broke her heart. Housing options on the westside of Chicago were being demolished after they were foreclosed upon during the 2008 housing crisis, and Obamacare’s employer mandate incentivized American employers to only offer employees 29.5 hours a week to avoid providing health insurance. P Rae was deeply saddened by the state of her country and went into political exile to protest the federal and local administrations, moving to the sunny Republic of Senegal in West Africa in 2016.

While in Senegal, P Rae worked as an English literacy consultant for international schools in the capital city of Dakar. She began working in international education in 2010 in Dakar as a co-founder of IQRA Bilingual Academy, West Africa’s first and only Islamic bilingual international school with American accreditation. She became fluent in French and built international contacts. While working at IQRA and three other international institutions, she was exposed to the global elite and saw firsthand how wealth knows no color and an American passport opens doors and creates opportunities. Her patriotic esteem was born on the shores of West Africa.

After the administrations changed in 2016, P Rae returned to America because she knew that a businessman who worked in real estate would be concerned about employment and housing so the conditions in her city would improve. In 2017, she was invited to participate in the Young Black Leadership Summit held in the East Room in the White House, hosted by the president. Standing in a room that slaves built screaming “WE FREE!” with fellow Freedmen was a life-changing experience for her, and she came back to Chicago to organize for conservative causes.

P Rae is the mother of BabyLuv, her pride and joy. Everything that she does is to create a better country for BabyLuv and her other children so that they can thrive as Americans. She holds a B.S. in Finance from Hampton University and an M.Ed. from the University of Illinois – Chicago in Language, Literacy and Culture.


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