Project 21 member Nadra Enzi, also known as “Cap Black,” is a self-described “American Cougar” advocate for residents who are “clawing back” against challenges to create an environment of safety against crime and share supply (homeless outreach). He is also a motivator for patriots seeking extra encouragement. He’s a writer, blogger and grassroots security consultant with decades of experience

An outspoken anti-crime activist in New Orleans, Louisiana for over two decades, Enzi has been an ardent advocate for increased community involvement in the cause of public safety. He has said¬†that “law-abiding folks have been conned into thinking we’re hostages who have to stay on our knees to street thugs and indifferent bureaucrats.” Enzi added that crime and strained race relations can be remedied by a “boots on the ground” approach to taking on burglars, bullies and criminals.

Public Appearances by Nadra Enzi:

Publications by Nadra Enzi:

Defunding Police Defeats Public Safety, Especially in Black Communities (June 2020)

Three Ways To Save Your Hood Today (May 2014)

Cult of The Blameless Black (January 2014)

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