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Congressional Committee Introduced to Minority Impact Assessments

Congressional Committee Introduced to Minority Impact Assessments

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Amidst all of the climate alarmism, the first congressional hearing on climate issues in years was tempered by discussion of “minority impact assessments,” a key plank of the Project 21 black leadership network’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America.” This unique ...
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Billboard Markets Abortion in Black Community, Project 21 Responds

Billboard Markets Abortion in Black Community, Project 21 Responds

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It’s reported that 79 percent of Planned Parenthood’s abortion facilities are located in or near minority neighborhoods. Black women account for 28 percent of all abortions, far exceeding their proportion of the population. When such disparities occur elsewhere, they are usually considered ...
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Peter’s Not Fonda Making Every Vote Legal

Peter’s Not Fonda Making Every Vote Legal

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Actor Peter Fonda blatantly advocated vote fraud in tweet about millennial voting. This is just one reason why the voter integrity recommendations in the Project 21 black leadership network’s “Blueprint for a Better Deal for Black America” are so important. In a ...
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Race-Neutral College Admissions Action Applauded by Black Activists

Race-Neutral College Admissions Action Applauded by Black Activists

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Project 21 Offers Recommendations Complementary to Trump Administration Move to Help Black Students Succeed Washington, D.C. – Black students will be more likely to succeed in higher education thanks to new action by the Trump Administration against race preferences in ...
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Stacy Washington’s Buzz on Bee Makes CNN’s Lemon Sour

CNN host Don Lemon says that Samantha Bee’s use of extremely coarse on-air language against presidential daughter and advisor Ivanka Trump “makes me cringe.” From the behavior of Lemon and the panelists on his show who faced off against Project ...
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Big Government’s Focus on Fines and Fees Disparately Impacts Poor, Minority Communities

Big Government’s Focus on Fines and Fees Disparately Impacts Poor, Minority Communities

Black Leaders Offer Better Deal From the Criminal Justice System Washington, D.C. – Law enforcement agencies focus too much on revenue-generating activities that have a negative impact on poor and minority communities, further straining the relationship between police and the ...
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Ben Carson’s Welfare Reform Defended: “Separate the Needy from the Greedy”

Ben Carson’s Welfare Reform Defended: “Separate the Needy from the Greedy”

Promoting a better deal for those receiving government assistance, Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper showed support for Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson’s proposal for welfare reform in an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. As part of the Trump ...
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Calling Out Gun Sale Age Discrimination

Calling Out Gun Sale Age Discrimination

As Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington sees it, “[p]olitically correct retailers are traveling down a road of discrimination by setting their own arbitrary age limits for purchasing guns.” In the wake of the Parkland school shooting, some chain stores that ...
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Politicizing MLK at Black Expense

Politicizing MLK at Black Expense

Most people honoring the holiday for civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will do so with humble, quiet reflection or charitable acts of community service. This year, congressional liberals used it to demonize the tax reform plan recently ...
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With a Successful 2017 in the Books, National Center Sets Sights on 2018

With a Successful 2017 in the Books, National Center Sets Sights on 2018

What does it say that liberal Apple asked for OUR advice on dealing with shareholder proposals? What does it suggest when newspapers such as the Washington Post publish “fake news” about us? What does it mean that Al Gore’s office ...
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