Black Leaders Suggest Linking Federal Student Aid to Policies That Help Black Students Succeed Washington, D.C. – Failures by K-12 school systems to prepare black students for college are compounded by inadequate college admissions policies and support programs, according to the black leadership network Project 21....

Costs to be Covered by Disarming Federal Agencies Washington, DC. – To improve community-police relations, police should get out of the regulation business, be given greater training in identifying and dealing with those with autism and other cognitive disabilities, build stronger bonds with the communities they...

Starbucks Shutdown Prompts Concern That “Racial Bias Training” Programs Actually Violate Civil Rights Non-Minority and Male Employees Could Be Disadvantaged Washington, DC – With the Starbucks chain of coffeehouses planning to shutter over 8,000 locations on May 29 to train approximately 175,000 members of its workforce on...

St. Louis, MO/Washington, D.C. - "Stacy On The Right," the daily talk radio program hosted by Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington, has expanded its reach with the pickup of three new terrestrial radio stations in Georgia and Florida. [caption id="attachment_29525" align="alignright" width="200"] Stacy Washington[/caption] "It's exciting to...

Trump Congratulated on “Well-Written and Well-Delivered Speech” to “Make Americans Freer, Happier and Even More Prosperous” Washington, D.C. – Following President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address, black activists with the Project 21 leadership network are available for comment. In tonight’s address, President Trump...

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