What Happened to the Republican Party?

The Grand Old Party (GOP) had an auspicious beginning in 1854 as an anti-slavery political party and their first presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln became the 16th President of America. Black American’s played an important role in electoral politics and throughout history names such as Frederick Douglas, W.E.B. Dubois, Booker T. Washington and Marcus M. Garvey …

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Heir to the Legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Congressman John Lewis is one of the most prominent youth leaders of the modern civil rights movement. Former Chairman of the Student Non-Violent Coordination Committee (SNCC), John Lewis was a youth leader that was among the inner circle of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. the undisputed leader of the civil rights movement. Rev. King …

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Civil Rights & Black Power Dichotomy…

Donald John Trump’s presidential victory is a symptom of decades of political malfeasance by way of Republican Party county leadership and district leaders and structure.  From an unlikely political phenomenon based on bigotry, to the advent of President Donald Trump, a perverse political undercurrent moved in the bowels of the Republican Party, facilitating Trump’s hostile …

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Congressman Charles Rangel, among HARLEM’s Republicans!

For more than 3 decades the Honorable Charles Rangel, Dean of the New York Democratic Congressional Delegation ranks among Harlem’s most prominent and notable local Republican leader. From 1970 to beyond the turn of the century, the honorable Congressman enjoyed an exclusive monopoly on the Republican Party ballot in a district of Manhattan that included …

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