In my blog, Photos of the Week (10/28/18), check out photo #13.
We move on to quite possibly the most under-reported story of 2019.
In October of 2018, hundreds of young conservatives of color met up in Washington, DC, for the first ever Young Black Leadership Summit: a four-day conference that featured speeches from conservative actress Stacey Dash and firebrand Candace Owens, a trip to the White House to hear Trump speak, and a rare chance for young, black Republicans to get together and network.
VICE’s Lee Adams went to the summit to talk firsthand with young, black conservatives about what drew them to the Republican party, along with what kind of backlash they’ve faced from the black community for going public with their political views.
The featured video is lengthy, but well worth viewing,
Do it because you won’t see anything like this anywhere else in the mainstream media.