On January 23, 2012, Congressman Allen West is sponsoring a Conservative Black Forum. The event will be moderated by Star Parker. It is a free event, held in the Capitol Building from 10am to Noon.
I am making an appeal to all Black Conservatives who can attend to do so. As our President said in a recent interview, this is a “make or break moment” for America. The problem is, his administration is breaking us. We must do all we can to reverse the tide in Washington. It will mean banding together, creating solutions, and working, working, working to educate our communities, and effect change.
Please contact Reginald Darby, Senior Legislative Assistant, for more information and to register!
Marie Stroughter’s foray into political activism began around the dinner table as she deconstructed the day’s news cycle with her husband and three homeschooled children. She is one of the founding members of African-American Conservatives (AACONS), and is the host of its critically acclaimed podcast. Marie has served as a communications and social media guru for a number of statewide and national campaigns ranging from senatorial to presidential. In 2019, Ms. Stroughter was appointed to be a National Advisory Board Member and surrogate for Black Voices for Trump. She currently serves on the America First National Engagement Council, an arm of the America First Policy Institute. She has been a part of Allen West’s digital team since 2017. The former Digital Comms Director for the Republican Party of Texas, she now serves a similar role for Texas Values, a nonprofit devoted to policies related to faith, family, and freedom. Marie also freelances and focuses on growing AACONS. To book Marie, use the “Contact Us” page.
I just learned of this forum today. How in the world can federal civilians get notification of future events of this nature. I am a member of the National Black Republican Association and I am very interested in attending these special events. This is something special and I am happy to see conservative blacks pushing responsibility and hard work vs victimization and entitlements.