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Read all the facts from the Woodson Center: The Woodson Center’s mission is to transform lives, schools, and troubled neighborhoods, from the inside out.

Date:   4/17/2021 3:49:19 PM ( 64 d ago)

February 13, 2020
“When Whites Were at Their Worst, Blacks Were at Their Best”
The 1619 Project Has the NY Times; 1776 Has the Facts
Posted By Woodson Center

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Bob Woodson, Woodson Center
Clarence Page, Syndicated Columnist
Shelby Steele, Hoover Institution
Glenn Loury, Professor of Economics and Social Sciences, Brown University
Carol Swain, former Professor of Political Science & Law, Vanderbilt University
John Sibley Butler, Professor of Constructive Capitalism, University of Texas Business School
Robert Cherry, Professor of Economics, Brooklyn College
Jason Hill, Philosophy Professor, DePaul University
Coleman Hughes, Quillette.com Contributor, Columbia University student
Wilfred Reilly, Associate Professor of Political Science, Kentucky State University
John Wood, Jr., Director of Public Outreach, Better Angels
Carl Hardrick, Crisis Intervention Specialist, The Carl Hardrick Institute
Shirley Stanfill, Founder, and President, House of Help City of Hope
Jon Ponder, Founder & CEO, Hope for Prisoners
Robert Bracy, CEO, Pinnacle Business Management
Latasha Fields, Christian Home Educators Support System
Paul & Cindy Goodell, Pastors, Beyond the Walls Church
Willie Peterson, Pastor of the NewBirth Kimmelbrook Baptist
Taleeb Starkes, best-selling author
Darryl Webster, Senior Pastor, Senior Pastor of the Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church
Gary & Patricia Wyatt, He Brought Us Out Ministry
Joseph Young, Filmmaker, Hartford Animation & Film Institute (HAFI)
John H. McWhorter, Associate Professor of English and comparative literature at Columbia University
Jubal Garcia, Senior Pastor of Outcry in the Barrio and Metanoia Church

Bob Woodson (Woodson Center) has formed and will introduce a consortium of top black academics, columnists, social service providers, business leaders, and clergy from across American who are committed to telling the complete history of America and black Americans from 1776 to the present with a look to the future in answer to Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous question, “Where do we go from here?”

WHEN: Friday, February 14, 2020

TIME: 12:30

WHERE: National Press Club,
529 14th Street, N.W. Washington DC 20045 First Amendment Lounge- 13th Floor

About “1776”: ” 1776″ is an assembly of independent voices who uphold our country’s authentic founding virtues and values and challenge those who assert America is forever defined by its past failures, such as slavery.

We seek to offer alternative perspectives that celebrate the progress America has made on delivering its promise of equality and opportunity, and highlight the resilience of its people. Our focus is on solving problems. We do this in the spirit of 1776, the date of America’s true founding.

About the Woodson Center: The Woodson Center’s mission is to transform lives, schools, and troubled neighborhoods, from the inside out.



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