Black Activists Cheer High Court Ruling on Abortion
Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are cheering the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling sending abortion policy back to individual states.
“An unborn child now has a fighting chance at life. This is a great day of joy — especially for us in the black community, as abortion is the number-one killer of black Americans” said Project 21 member Steven Mosley.
Project 21 Laments Biden’s Return to “Carter Era”
“It was another disappointing month for the Biden Administration concerning jobs,” Project 21 noted last week. “The November unemployment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics vastly underperformed economists’ expectations. Only 210,000 jobs were created – far below the predicted 573,000.”
Black Activists Applaud Defunding of “Critical Race Theory” Training
Members of the Project 21 black leadership network applauded the Trump Administration for seeking to defund all federal training rooted in “critical race theory,” a radical philosophy promoting a false notion of systemic American racism and pitting races against each other. “Critical race theory is bigotry, pure and simple. Its advocates should apologize to Jim Crow and South African apartheid supporters for ever offering a critical word,” said Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper.
Black Activists Condemn Nationwide Rioting
Saying people need to “stop rationalizing and excusing criminal activity,” members of the Project 21 black leadership network condemned the politically motivated riots that have erupted across America, and applaud the possibility of Antifa being designated a domestic terrorist organization.
Project 21 was founded 28 years ago in the wake of the 1992 Los Angeles riots.