Harlem Republicans Criticized – By a Republican was the headline in the New York section of The New York Sun on April 10, 2003, under the by-line Julia Levy.
The article discusses the unfolding split among black Republicans, following a political controversy among members of the Harlem Republican Club. The club was led by a contingent of black Republican district leaders, under the leadership of the President of the club Mr. Leroy Owens. The leadership was endorsed by the County Chairman, Senator Roy Goodman. On the other-side of the political controversy was member of the grassroots Republican activist wing of the Republican Party. Click the headline to view the article
Interview with members of Columbia University School of Journalism, conducted by Jacob Templin in August of 2008 on campus.
Leader of the grassroots activist wing of the Republican Party grants an interview to discuss the local Republican Party and the position not to support Senator John McCain following his announcement of his running mate. The grassroots GOP split from the county’s presidential agenda and formulated a coalition of Republicans and Democrats for the election of Senator Barack Obama President of the United States. Click the headline to view the video.
NEW ERA COALITION WAS LUNCH at SYLVIA’S RESTAURANT in HARLEM AUGUST 2008
PRESS CONFERENCE: New Era Coalition for the Election of Barack Obama President of the United States of America
click photos for New Era video slide show