Monday, January 20, 2014

Conservative Minority Outreach in Augusta

AUGUSTA, GA (PR) - The CSRA Minority Engagement, in partnership with the Georgia Black Republican Council, is proud to host Rev. C.L. Bryant, creator of the critically-acclaimed documentary, Runaway Slave, for its inaugural conservative minority outreach event.  This first-of-its-kind affair will take place on Tuesday, January 21, 2014, in Candler Hall on the campus of Paine College.

"I can't think of a better way to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King than by extending not only social but political opportunities to Americans of color," said event organizer Jessica Hayes.  "A growing number of minorities are now finding they align with the traditional family values that Republicans embrace.  Tuesday will be an occasion for those conservative minorities to engage with one another and truly leave inspired."

WHO:  Rev. C.L. Bryant, the Georgia Black Republican Council, and Conservative Minorities in the CSRA
WHAT:  An Evening Honoring Conservative Minority Leadership
WHEN:  Tuesday, January 21, 2014 from 6-8pm
WHERE:  Candler Hall on the campus of Paine College (1235 Fifteenth Street, Augusta, GA 30901)

C.L. Bryant is a native of Shreveport, LA.  This former president of the NAACP's Garland, Texas Chapter and self-professed "Democratic Radical" turned Conservative, now believes the values that he once vehemently upheld has led the Black community into a state of bondage to the US government.  C.L. is a Fellow with FreedomWorks in Washington, D.C. and the independent filmmaker of the documentary Runaway Slave.

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