Is GOP the New Black? A Stampede in Houston Heads Your Way

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RagingElephants.org has done it again.  Under the direction of  Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani, another successful billboard campaign will have it’s unveiling in Houston  on October 11th, 2010, on Houston’s South Loop.

Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani is the Chairman and Executive Director of RagingElepants.org.  Claver is a dynamic speaker who has traveled the country giving workshops on voter education and citizen activism.  I heard him speak for the first time at the very first Houston Tax Day Tea Party.  If you get a chance to hear him, or invite him to speak at your event, it will be the best part of your day.

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Last year Raging Elephants posted a very thought provoking billboard on the south side of Houston.  They also erected one of these, the first of this year in South CarolinaThe article says:

Located on US 601 in Orangeburg, South Carolina, it’s smack dab in the middle of Rep. James Clyburn’s district – the Majority Whip of the House and member of the Congressional Black Caucus.

And this is what is about to be seen by most everyone in Houston, as they drive on the South Loop.

I am sure Apostle Claver will be interested in working with you, for a billboard in your city.  You can connect with him on FaceBook or at RagingElepants.org.  Raging Elephants is also on FaceBook and on Twitter.   Donate to the cause at Raging Elephants’ donation page.  Be sure to check out the Mission Statement.

“Leading America’s 2nd Emancipation.”

And as Apostle Claver says often, “Stampede!”

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CJ in Texas hosts Fan the Fire with CJ & Tallulah, Saturday evenings on the Patriot’s Heart Network and occasionally blogs at the Fan the Fire of Freedom blog, as well as writing with the Bound.

In addition to these and civic involvements, CJ maintains a career in the oil drilling and production industry. She has dealt with Texas roughnecks and has experience operating heavy equipment, as well as pens and keyboards. Increasingly, she has added the defense and restoration of authentic America to her task list.

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Comments

  1. “I am a Republican, a black, dyed in the wool Republican, and I never intend to belong to any other party than the party of freedom and progress.” – Frederick Douglass

    “I recognize the Republican party as the sheet anchor of the colored man’s political hopes and the ark of his safety.” – Frederick Douglass 1888

  2. We must realize the republican party of yesteryear is not the republican party of today.

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