Author: David Almasi

Netflix and Learn: Honoring Black Entrepreneurship

Netflix and Learn: Honoring Black Entrepreneurship

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Coronavirus binge-watching doesn’t need to be exclusively “The Mandalorian,” “Game of Thrones” or “Tiger King.” I was excited to watch “Self Made,” a four-part miniseries on Netflix about the real-life rise of Sarah Breedlove from dirt-poor washerwoman to America’s first ...
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Saving Black Jobs From Coronavirus Chaos

Saving Black Jobs From Coronavirus Chaos

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The outbreak of the coronavirus has thrown the economy into turmoil. It is also making unprecedented demands on the nation’s infrastructure. This crisis is of particular importance and peril to black Americans, who have recently benefited from new job prospects ...
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Props for the President on COVID-19 Response

Props for the President on COVID-19 Response

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In this time of worldwide crisis, what’s the best thing President Donald Trump can do to help find a cure to the coronavirus, heal the sick, rebuild the economy and reassure a nervous nation? How about “resign immediately”? That’s the ...
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Biblical Wisdom for Coping With COVID-19

Biblical Wisdom for Coping With COVID-19

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Project 21 Co-Chairman Council Nedd II was booked on Pastor Greg Young’s syndicated “Chosen Generation” radio show to discuss the black leadership network’s public comments supporting reform of the National Environmental Policy Act. But the conversation could not avoid discussion ...
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“America’s Constable” Elected Law Enforcement Leader

“America’s Constable” Elected Law Enforcement Leader

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At the National Center, Council Nedd II – one of the co-chairmen of the Project 21 black leadership network – is referred to as “America’s Constable.” He’s a busy guy. In addition to his work helping lead Project 21, Council ...
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Abortion Reform Helps Black Communities

Abortion Reform Helps Black Communities

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A generation ago, the liberal mantra about abortion was that it should be “safe, legal and rare.” These days, safe and rare have largely been cast aside. Women are now encouraged to ”shout your abortion.”  Additionally, there is pushback against ...
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Coronavirus Cheerleaders Should “Check Their Hearts”

Coronavirus Cheerleaders Should “Check Their Hearts”

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Noting that the media is suddenly obsessing about the health of President Donald Trump – suggesting he should curtail political events such as rallies in an abundance of caution – Fox News Channel host Laura Ingraham asked: “Why not the ...
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MSNBC Guest Doubles Down on Race Criticism After Project 21 Call-Out

MSNBC Guest Doubles Down on Race Criticism After Project 21 Call-Out

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Roland Martin once defended blacks who refused to toe the liberal line, saying that they should not be called “Uncle Toms.” It seems that he no longer feels so strongly about such criticism. After all, he’s upping the ante when ...
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President Shouldn’t Ignore Base on Immigration Reform

President Shouldn’t Ignore Base on Immigration Reform

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Grading President Donald Trump’s performance so far on immigration, Project 21 member Stone Washington writes that he “deserves immense credit for helping secure the border.” That being said, Stone adds that the president “has fallen short on some his most ...
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De Blasio’s Dig at Blacks Unites Conservative and Liberal

De Blasio’s Dig at Blacks Unites Conservative and Liberal

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Producers at the Fox News Channel may have thought they were scheduling a debate, but the liberal panelist pitted against Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper on “The Ingraham Angle” actually ended up agreeing with him when it came to opinions ...
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