NRA Magazine's July Cover Girl Is Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington
Black Conservative Radio Host in the Spotlight After Her Pro-2ndAmendment Commentary Resulted in Column Suspension
Stacy Washington, the co-chairman of the National Center for Public Policy Research's Project 21 black leadership network, is the author and face of the cover story in the July issue of the National Rifle Association's America's 1stFreedom magazine. In the article, Washington recounts the controversy surround
The Law Should Not Treat Bill Cosby Differently Because He Gave a Speech ~
Members of Black Leadership Group Say U.S. District Court Judge Was Wrong to Release Transcript of Deposition in a Cosby Civil Case Explicitly Because Cosby Gave a 2005 Speech in Telling Young Black Parents to do a Better Job Raising Their Children ~
WASHINGTON, DC -- Members of the Project 21 black conservative leadership network are weighing in following news that documents in a civil case related to allegations that B
House Immigration Proposal a Step in Right Direction
President Obama Should Show More Leadership in Deterring Travel to U.S. Border by Young Central Americans
"We need a solution that will plug our porous border and swiftly process and deport those who have come here against the law..."
Activists with the Project 21 black leadership network are calling on President Obama to send a strong message to the leaders and the parents in Central American countries that their dangerous efforts to ente
Black Activists Call 50th Anniversary of Civil Rights Act Enactment "Bittersweet" Occasion, Since Many Fail to Recognize the Progress That Has Been Made. "The Civil Rights Act changed American culture... racist sentiment became largely outdated and unacceptable ...black people... are now the masters of their own destiny."
"Today, black Americans and other minorities no longer face the daunting obstacles that existed prior to 50 years ago. The public square and corridors of commerce are overwhelm
~ Hobby Lobby Decision Hailed by Black Activists ~ Black activists with the Project 21 black leadership network are cheering today's U.S. Supreme Court ruling that frees employers with strong religious and family beliefs from being forced to pay exorbitant fines to practice their faith.
"Today, the Supreme Court reaffirmed the fundamental principle that government may not impose undue burdens on the free exercise of religion," said Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper, a legal commentator who ta