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In North Texas, conservative African American voters, a small but growing chorus of them, are finding their voice and their message. Even more exciting, they are talking about how that message can be conveyed, so it will be heard, contemplated and embraced.
On Tuesday I attended the monthly meeting of the African American Republican Club of Collin County (AARCCC), headed by President Angela Tucker. Ms. Tucker is a lawyer and also a candidate for State District
On Saturday February 11th, participants in a leadership conference in Dallas attended by Nation of Islam spokespersons, local and national Korean-American leaders including the Korean Society of Dallas, NAACP officials, and representatives of black and Latino advocacy groups, discussed a South Dallas incident that happened on December 9th of last year. The incident, which sparked racial and ethnic tensions, involved a verbal altercation between a Korean gas station owner,
Black Activist Asserts NAACP and Nation of Islam are Self-Assumed and Illegitimate Leaders of the Black American Majority
A leadership conference took place in Dallas Saturday to discuss bitterness between the Korean-American and Black groups such as the NAACP and Nation of Islam. While no specific point of contention was referenced, it was clear that a dispute between the Korean owner of a convenience store in South Dallas and the NAACP and Nation of Islam was the focus of discussion. Read more »