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Black History Is American History, Say Project 21 Members

Civil rights leaders fought for equal opportunity, not equal outcomes, the group believes.

February 1, 2023

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At the beginning of our nation’s month-long annual celebration of more than 400 years of Black influence upon American history, members of the Project 21 Black leadership network reflect on the tremendous strides made in civil rights. Still, despite these advances, government-imposed regulations still often stand in the way of their ability for Black citizens to fully realize the American dream.

As government regulations need reform, there is also much work to be done in the community due to growing concern over the way the vibrant history of Blacks in America is currently portrayed, the group says. 

Project-21-logo-300x107.pngProject 21, a leading voice of Black conservatives for more than 25 years, is sponsored by the National Center for Public Policy Research, a nonpartisan, free market, independent conservative think tank.

Scroll through the slideshow above to see what Project 21 members had to say.

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