Conservative Policy in Black America

This photos taken May 19, 2014, shows Leo Smith, minority engagement director for the Georgia Republican Party, left, meeting with from second left, Michael McNeely, party first vice-chairman, Michael Roundtree, chairman of the Morehouse College Republicans and Jessica Hayes, district director for Republican Rep. Paul Broun, at the Georgia GOP headquarters in Atlanta. Smith and other black Republicans who recruit say there are plenty of black conservatives out there. They just don’t want to be identified publicly as conservative or Republican. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Heritage President Kay Coles James believes Conservative policy can make a difference Black America. In the wake of President Trump’s comments regarding Baltimore, James explains what policies will change people’s lives for the better.

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