Radio Ad from National Black Republican Association
Radio Interview with Reverend Wayne Perryman - Audio
Reverend Wayne Perryman - Audio
*Unfounded Loyalty* An in-depth look into the love affair between blacks and the Democrats (book)
Emancipation - Revelation - RevolutionAn award-winning documentary about the history of the civil rights movement in America and the role that both major political parties have played in it. Click here.
Video - DEMOCRATS, REPUBLICANS, & BLACKS by David Barton
African American History Resources From WallBuilders
Video - American History in Black & White by David Barton
A Rich Legacy of Empowerment
The History of African Americans and The Republican Party
Video from National Black Republican Association.
National Black Republican Association
Celebrating Black Republicans
Black Genocide - Pastor Childress on the 700 Club - video
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Democrat Anti-Christian Legislation - audio clip
The Most Harmful LIE Ever Taught To Our Children (Evolution) Darwin's Deadly Legacy - video
*Enough* - Juan Williams on the 700 Club - video
*Scam* How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America (book)
*Uncle Sam's Plantation* How Big Government Enslaves America's Poor and What You Can Do About It (book)
Why more blacks support Bush this year by Star Parker
Radio Interview with Secretary of HUD - Audio
Lt. Governor Steele at the Republican Convention - Video
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger at the Republican Convention - Video
Democrat Senator Zell Miller at the Republican Convention - Video
A Timeline of the History of African Americans and the Republican Party
1862: President Abraham Lincoln is the first President to meet with a group of black leaders
1864: The Republican National Convention makes the abolition of slavery a plank in its platform
1868: Oscar J. Dunn becomes Lieutenant Governor in Louisiana
P.B.S Pinchback and James J. Harris become the first African-American delegates to the Republican National Convention held in Chicago
1869: Joseph H. Rainey, South Carolina, becomes the first African-American Congressman1870: Hiram R. Revels is elected to fill U.S. Senate seat formerly held by Jefferson Davis
Alonzo J. Ransier is elected Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina before being elected to the U.S. Congress in 1872
1871: Robert B. Elliot chairs South Carolina delegation to the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia
1872: John R. Lynch is elected Speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives; he was later elected to U.S. Congress in 1973
1875: Blanche K. Bruce of Mississippi becomes the first African-American elected to a full-term in U.S. Senate
1884: John R. Lynch is the first African-American to preside over the Republican National Convention; gives the keynote address
1901: President Theodore Roosevelt invites Booker T. Washington to dinner at the White House
1920: The Republican National Convention declares that African-Americans must be admitted to all state and district conventions
1954: President Dwight Eisenhower appoints J. Ernest Wilkins as Assistant Secretary of Labor
1960: Jackie Robinson, the first black Major League Baseball player, endorses Nixon for President
1966: Edward W. Brooke (R-MA) is the first African-American elected to U.S. Senate by popular vote
1968: Arthur A Fletcher is appointed Assistant Secretary of Labor; Fletcher later became candidate for Chairman of the Republican National Committee in 1976 and appointed Chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights in 1990
1975: President Gerald Ford appoints William T. Coleman Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation
James B. Parsons is named Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court in Chicago, the first African-American to hold this position
1980: NAACP President Benjamin Hooks is invited to address the Republican National Convention
1981: President Ronald Reagan appoints Clarence Pendleton, Jr., as Chairman of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission
1982: President Reagan appoints Clarence Thomas as Chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
1989: President George H.W. Bush appoints Louis Sullivan as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
President Bush appoints General Colin L. Powell as Chair of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. Powell became the 12th and, at age 52, the youngest-ever chairman of the Joint Chiefs, and the first black person ever to reach that rank
President Bush appoints Condoleezza Rice as Director, and later Senior Director, of Soviet and East European Affairs in the National Security Council, and a Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
1990: Gary Franks is elected to U.S. Congress (CT)
1991: President Bush appoints Clarence Thomas to U.S. Supreme Court
1994: J. Kenneth Blackwell becomes the first African American elected to a statewide Executive office in Ohio when he was elected Treasurer of State
1998: U.S. House of Representatives elects J.C. Watts (R-OK) Chairman of the House Republican Conference
2001: President George W. Bush appoints:
- Condoleezza Rice, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (National Security Advisor)
- Colin L. Powell, Secretary of State
- Roderick R. Paige, U.S. Secretary of Education
- Alphonso Jackson, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
- Claude Allen, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- Leo S. Mackay, Jr., Deputy Secretary, Veterans Affairs
- Larry D. Thompson, Deputy Attorney General; U.S. Department of Justice
- Stephen A. Perry, Administrator, General Services Administration
- President George W. Bush signs a bill to form the Presidential Commission to create the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
2002: For the first time in history, Black Republicans hold the Lieutenant Governor position in two states. Michael Steele is inaugurated as the first African American Lieutenant Governor to serve the State of Maryland and the first African American elected to a statewide office in Maryland. Jennette Bradley is inaugurated Lieutenant Governor of Ohio.
Six African Americans were elected to state-wide offices
2003: J.C. Watts becomes Chairman of GOPAC
President Bush nominates Alphonso Jackson to become the 13th Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development
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