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Empowerment, Not Entitlement: FreedomWorks Launches a Series of Minority Engagement Townhalls in NC

WHAT: FreedomWorks’ Empower Project is launching a series of townhall events in North Carolina featuring FreedomWorks fellow, Rev. CL Bryant. The townhalls are an opportunity to have a frank discussion about topics, including: entrepreneurship, criminal justice reform, school choice, financial literacy, and growing the economy in urban communities. Each event will begin with comments from Rev. CL Bryant, followed by Q&A from those in attendance.

02/23/2015
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Empower Member Babette Holder on Black History: Abolitionist & Author Frances Ellen Watkins Harper

Frances Ellen Watkins Harper was born in Baltimore, Maryland, to free parents and at the age of three, she became an orphan upon the death of her mother. Her aunt and uncle on her maternal side of the family adopted her and raised her until the age of thirteen.

02/20/2015
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Empower Member Derrick Burnette: Hollywood, Black Americans and Real Entertainment 

While working with two black co-workers a few years ago, the topic of black history came up and we decided to challenge each other.

02/18/2015
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IRS Abuses Power By Seizing Small Businesses Bank Accounts

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has a lengthy record of abusing power.

02/17/2015
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Empower Member Karl Miller: Meeting the Real Challenges and Opportunities for Blacks in the 21st Century

Black History Month draws focus on the sacrifices of leaders and achievements that have uplifted the black community over decades and centuries. It is also a reminder of the challenges the black community has endured over that period and some that still exists.

02/16/2015
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Watch Deneen Borelli Debate Black Children Anti-White Brainwashing on Hannity

The ramifications of the propaganda campaign surrounding Michael Brown’s killing are still unfolding.

02/16/2015
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Empower Member Geraldine Lewis: Black American History for Today

In view of the televised, Black atrocities in Ferguson, Missouri, Chicago, Illinois, Detroit, Michigan, and other American cities, many people might find it surprising to discover that, the greatness of today’s America has much to do with Black American achievements and inventions.

02/09/2015
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Democrat WVA Governor Repeals State Renewable Energy Mandate

The political tide is turning against state mandates for renewable energy.

02/06/2015
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Empower Member Brenda Flank on Black History Month

It was Black History ‘week’ when I was growing up in the late sixties, early seventies. I thought Black History ‘week’ was supposed to be a celebration of our American history and heritage emphasizing the contributions blacks have made to the greatness of our country.

02/05/2015
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The Content of Character

Historian Carter G. Woodson, the father of black history month, hoped that eventually the need for this designated month would fade as black history became intertwined with American history. Indeed the once honorable intent of recognizing the many great achievements of black people throughout history has devolved into a tool used to patronize people who are falling further into the abyss of apathy and dependency.

02/03/2015

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