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Republicans for Black Empowerment is on a mission to raise the value of black America's political capital by increasing awareness of the upside offered by conservative solutions to the black community's concerns. For over 40 years, black voters have staunchly aligned themselves with the Democratic Party on Election Day. However, an increasing number have begun questioning the wisdom of supporting: (i) social policies rooted in low expectations and government dependency; (ii) economic and tax policies that stifle economic growth, job creation, personal savings and investment; and (iii) education policies that refuse to subject public schools to the competitive pressures of school choice, leaving parents of predominantly black students in failing schools without the choices enjoyed by middle and upper-class Americans.

We believe misinformation rather than adequate 'return on investment' cements black allegiance to the Democratic Party. To that end, Republicans for Black Empowerment seeks to raise awareness, provoke greater critical thinking and increase Republican elected officials through executing a program aligned with four long-term goals:

  1. Provide a national networking infrastructure allowing black conservatives to discover one another more easily and stimulating the development of grassroots networks of activists across the country.
  2. Encourage members to become active in their local Republican party apparatus, respectively, through pursuing leadership roles at all levels including precinct, county and state leadership.
  3. Provide forums (i.e., online and offline) for black conservatives to exchange ideas and to raise awareness of alternate political solutions to addressing the concerns of the black electorate.
  4. Support political candidates with platforms aligned with improving the lives of all Americans, emphasizing (i) tax and economic policies conducive to optimal growth and job creation, (ii) urgent public education reform and (iii) minimal size of government.

Our membership is comprised of a grassroots coalition of concerned citizens from all ethnic groups and regions of the United States. Please join and support our efforts.

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Black Republican West Point Graduate announces run for Congress in NY's 16th CD

Sakima Green-Brown, a West Point graduate has announced her candidacy for NY's 16th Congressional District.  It is a swing district that is currently held by Democratic Rep. Sean Maloney.

Black Republican runs for NY State Assembly

Scherie Murray, a Queens G.O.P. district leader, has announced that she will run for the special election in NY State Assembly District 29!

Scherie S. Murray was born in Jamaica, West Indies and came to New York City with her family at the age of 9. Scherie grew up in Southeast Queens and learned early on about the importance of hard work, the value of a good education and the strength of a united community. Scherie went to I.S. 192 where she was a gymnast. She then graduated with an outstanding community service award from the Law, Government and Community Service Magnet High School (formerly Andrew Jackson H.S.) and also became the captain of her high school’s gymnastics team.

At the age of 17, Scherie worked as a systems analyst for the NYC MTA Jamaica Bus Depot as a part of the NYC summer internship program. Scherie is a CUNY Alumni. She has earned an Associate of Applied Science in the field of Micro Computer Business Systems and a Bachelor of Science in the field of Broadcast Journalism. During her college tenure, Scherie taught gymnastics in an after school program at PS 105 in Far Rockaway, Queens. She also volunteered and served as senior editor on her college newspaper – The New Tech Times.

In 2004, the young entrepreneur had a vision of starting her own company. With a mission to address the needs of employment opportunities in media for minorities Scherie created The Esemel Group Inc., a Television Production and Advertising Company. Through advertising, production and programming, The Esemel Group Inc. generated employment for minorities in New York City.

Affected by community issues, Scherie ran for New York City Council District 31 in 2009 and 2013. During her bid for the 31st Council District, Scherie garnered the endorsements of the Queens County Republican Party, NYC PBA, NYPD CEA, Fire Marshal's Benevolent Association, Former Congressman Bob Turner, Former NYC Mayoral Candidate Joe Lhota, National Black Republican Council, Latino National Republican Coalition and the support of the Queens Village Republican Club, District Leaders, local business owners, and residents of the 31st Council District.

Scherie was elected to the New York Republican State Committee in 2013 as District Leader and State Committee Woman of the 29th Assembly District in Queens, N.Y. Scherie is a proud Veterans advocate and continues to revitalize her district by: advocating for small businesses and economic development; promoting more school choices for parents; strengthening community police relations with common sense solutions; and starting a larger dialogue with regards to comprehensive immigration reform.

Lauren Victoria Burke — Is Black America Better Off Under Obama?

Lauren Victoria Burke, the managing editor over at Politic365  ask the question that few black journalist have dared voice: Is Black America better off under Obama?

via BlackPressUsa:

“Like the rest of America, Black America, in the aggregate, is better off now than it was when I came into office,” said President Obama on December 19, in response to a question by Urban Radio Networks White House Correspondent April Ryan. What planet African Americans are doing “better off” on is unknown. What is known is that President Obama is about to leave office with African Americans in their worst economic situation since Ronald Reagan. 

A look at every key stat as President Obama starts his sixth year in office illustrates that. Unemployment. The average Black unemployment under President Bush was 10 percent. The average under President Obama after six years is 14 percent. Black unemployment, “has always been double” [that of Whites] but it hasn’t always been 14 percent. The administration was silent when Black unemployment hit 16 percent – a 27-year high – in late 2011. 

Read the full article HERE.


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