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Picture(s) of the Day: Move-On-Up.org Has Successful “Meet Up”

March 17th, 2009 · No Comments

Move-On-Up.org, a national social network and organization geared towards African American Republicans, Conservatives & Moderates, held their first “meet up” in St. Louis last night. In it’s short three months of existence, the organization has amassed close to 300 members in 30 states and two countries. The Move-On-Up organizers hope to have simultaneous meet ups […]

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EXCLUSIVE: MRP Approves Formation of African American Auxiliary Organization at Summer Meeting

June 11th, 2007 · No Comments

MRP Chairman Doug Russell In an unanimous vote at its summer meeting in Jefferson City last Saturday, the Missouri Republican State Committee approved the formation of an African American auxiliary organization. The new auxiliary will have a similar mission as the College and Hispanic Republican auxiliary organizations – targeting a specific voting demographic for outreach. […]

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Billingsly on CNN’s Paula Zahn Now

May 7th, 2007 · No Comments

We reported last week that St. Louis Republican activist Dwight Billingsly was scheduled to debate the leader of the Virginia Legislative Black caucus on CNN. The focus of the debate: “Should the Queen apologize for slavery? As anyone who knows Dwight, the debate was definitely not dull. Sit back and enjoy the fireworks! Download:

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Billingsly to Appear on MSNBC Tonight

May 3rd, 2007 · No Comments

Republican businessman and activist Z. Dwight Billingsly will appear tonight on the Paula Zahn show on CNN. Billingsly will be debating another Dwight; Dwight C. Jones, head of Virginia’s Legislative Black Caucus. That is where their similarities end. Mr. Jones spearheaded the recent successful effort to have Virginia officially apologize for its role in slavery. […]

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