March 23, 2017

Project 21 Members Call Rumored Federal Lawsuit Against Ferguson Police Department a Misguided Attempt for “Pound of Flesh”

Press Release from National Center for Public Policy Research: Eric Holder’s DOJ Reportedly Plans a Lawsuit Against the Ferguson Police for Racial Discrimination Any DOJ Lawsuit Would “Ultimately Be a Lawsuit against the Taxpayers” FERGUSON, MO/WASHINGTON, DC — With the U.S. Department of Justice rumored to be on the verge of filing a lawsuit against […]

Black Activists Comment on Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research: St. Louis/Washington – After a grand jury chose not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death last August of local resident Michael Brown, members of the Project 21 black leadership network are speaking out about the ruling, what it means for […]

Black Conservative Ferguson Experts Available for Interviews

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research: MANY BLACK CONSERVATIVE EXPERTS AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS ABOUT EVENTS IN FERGUSON, MISSOURI TO BOOK AN INTERVIEW WITH ANY OF THE PEOPLE LISTED BELOW OR OTHER MEMBERS OF THE PROJECT 21 BLACK LEADERSHIP NETWORK, CONTACT JUDY KENT AT (703) 759-7476 OR JKENT@NATIONALCENTER.ORG St. Louis/Washington – These […]

DOJ May Be Signaling It Does Not Expect an Indictment in Michael Brown Shooting Death

Obama Administration Probe of Ferguson Police Called “Well Past a Rush to Judgment” DOJ May Be Signaling It Does Not Expect an Indictment in Michael Brown Shooting Death Washington, DC – Activists with the Project 21 black leadership network are questioning Attorney General Eric Holder’s decision to mount a federal investigation of the Ferguson, Missouri […]

Obama Briefly Interrupts Golf Game

This article first appeared Lubbock Avalanche-Journal at Lubbockonline.com President Obama very briefly interrupted his golf game on Thursday to announce that all is well in Iraq and that he will keep racial tensions stirred up in Ferguson, Missouri. It is reported that after his 9-minute speech, Obama quickly resumed his golf game. Obama announced that […]