Category: Project 21 Press Releases

Biden's "Hundred Days of Divisiveness" Criticized by Black Leaders

Biden’s “Hundred Days of Divisiveness” Criticized by Black Leaders

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Project 21 Members Give President Low Marks Washington, D.C. – While President Joe Biden used tonight’s congressional address to pat himself on the back for his first 100 days in office, he received only criticism from the members of the ...
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Coca-Cola Commended for Taking an Intermission From Election Advocacy

Coca-Cola Commended for Taking an Intermission From Election Advocacy

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Black Activists Challenge Soda Giant to “Launch a Campaign to Help Get IDs to Those Who Need Them” Washington, D.C. - With Coca-Cola executives finally showing interest in finding “common ground” regarding election integrity safeguards, members of the Project 21 ...
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Supreme Court

Racial Disparities Don’t Prove Discrimination

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Supreme Court Case Could Impact Election Integrity Challenges Washington, D.C. – As part of an important voting rights case being considered today by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Project 21 black leadership network joined a legal brief asking the justices ...
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COVID Relief Package Criticized by Black Activists for “Fiscal Irresponsibility”

COVID Relief Package Criticized by Black Activists for “Fiscal Irresponsibility”

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Washington, D.C. – Members of the Project 21 black leadership network criticized the $1.9 trillion spending package currently under consideration on Capitol Hill, noting that large portions of the plan are irrelevant to its stated goal of COVID-19 relief and ...
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"Black History is American History"

“Black History is American History”

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Black Conservatives Deliver Inclusive Message for Black History Month Observance Washington, D.C. – After a year of upheaval dominated by racial division, members of the Project 21 black leadership network have declared that “black history is American history.” In marking ...
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After a Violent Year, Black Conservatives Reflect on MLK's Message of Hope and Peace

After a Violent Year, Black Conservatives Reflect on MLK’s Message of Hope and Peace

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"Dr. King Would Not Have Approved of the Way Violence Was Used to Accomplish Social and Political Goals" Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are available for interviews regarding Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life and ...
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Black Activists Praise Employment Boom That Defies COVID-19 Challenges

Black Activists Praise Employment Boom That Defies COVID-19 Challenges

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Trump Free-Market Policies Are Credited for “Stunning” Economic Recovery Washington, D.C. – The latest federal employment report revealed yet another month of recovery for the American workforce. Members of the Project 21 black leadership network credited the Trump Administration for ...
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Black Activists Praise Presidential Performance on Jobs

Black Activists Praise Presidential Performance on Jobs

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Employment Recovery Called “a Testament to Trumponomics” Washington, D.C. - President Donald Trump’s economic policies were responsible for last month’s improved employment numbers, said members of the Project 21 black leadership network, who credited the president with reviving an economy ...
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Black Activist Slams "One-Sided" Environmental Justice Policies at Congressional Hearing

Black Activist Slams “One-Sided” Environmental Justice Policies at Congressional Hearing

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Project 21 Member Testifies That “Environmental Justice Movement is Part of the Problem, Not Part of the Solution” Washington, D.C. – Criticizing those who see “environmental justice” as a “one-sided issue,” a member of the Project 21 black leadership network ...
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Black Activists Praise Justice Department for Fixing Yale’s Fail

Black Activists Praise Justice Department for Fixing Yale’s Fail

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“Academic Achievement Should Be Rewarded Without Racial Contingencies” Washington, D.C. - Members of the Project 21 black leadership network praised the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for confronting Yale University over its discriminatory admissions practices. DOJ threatened the Ivy League ...
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