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Project 21 Black Leaders Condemn Obama Trip to Cuba

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"Communism has never worked, can never work and... must be challenged" "Why is the President cozying up to killers?" "This president... has pole-vaulted over America's territory of Puerto Rico, which is dying on the economic vine, to play kissy-face with ...
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Project 21 Black Leadership Network Statement on President Obama’s U.S. Supreme Court Vacancy Announcement

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Washington, D.C. - The following is a statement by Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper on President Obama's nomination of a candidate to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court: The White House believes it can hide behind the notion ...
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Congressional Black Caucus: Don’t Tell Us Black Lives Matter!

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Black Lawmakers Group May Seek Sanction of Congressman for Ruing High Abortion Rate in Black Community Lawmaker Sean Duffy's Remarks Expressing Concern About Lives of Black Babies Called "Insensitive" and "Disgusting" by CBC Members Washington, D.C. - Members of the ...
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Black Conservatives Critical of Obama’s State of the Union Address

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Puffy, Partisan Speech Further Mires President's Lamentable Legacy "You Can't Put Enough Lipstick on This Pig of His to Make It Look Pretty" Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are commenting on - and available ...
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Project 21 Founding Member Bishop Council Nedd II to be Sworn in as Pennsylvania State Constable on January 4

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Washington, D.C. - Project 21 founding member Bishop Council Nedd II, rector of St. Alban's Anglican Church in Pine Grove Mills, PA, will be sworn in as a Pennsylvania State Constable on January 4. "I'm excited about this new endeavor," ...
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Today’s Contentious Supreme Court Debate on Affirmative Action Draws Comments from Black Conservative Leaders

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Ending Affirmative Action is Important Because It Does Four Negative Things, Says Derryck Green There is Still a Very Real Concern About Academic Mismatches, Says Bishop Council Nedd II Washington, D.C. - Leaders of the Project 21 black leadership network ...
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Black Conservatives Comment on Obama’s Terrorism Address

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Call Speech "Least Inspiring Presidential Speech Ever," Say President Failed to Instill Confidence in Already-Suspect Policy "Passion is No Excuse for a Failure of Leadership" Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are commenting on and ...
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Project 21 Members Issue Statements in Response to Resignation of University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe

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Washington, D.C. - Project 21's Stacy Washington and Horace Cooper have issued statements addressing the resignation of University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe today in light of student and faculty protests over racial issues on the campus. Said Stacy Washington, ...
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Affirmative Action Returns to the U.S. Supreme Court; Black Conservatives Join Supreme Court Legal Brief Demanding End to Race-Based University Admissions

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Schools Accused of Trampling Constitution for Politically-Correct Diversity Goals U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Same Racial Preferences Case Twice in Almost Two Years Washington, D.C. - Project 21, a leader in the promotion of black conservative public policy opinion and ...
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Are Spurious Claims of Police Racism Fueling Ideological Attacks Upon Whites by People With Troubled Psyches?

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In Light of Virginia Journalist Killings, Project 21's Joe Hicks Fears People with Mental Psychosis and Other Brain Disorders are Responding Dangerously to the Re-Birth of Militant Black Protests Washington, D.C. - "Did the ideology of black racial victimization play ...
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