This week, we continue our lessons that help Conservatives make strategic inroads with Black voters, especially during the 2022 Election.
Last night, Dinesh D'Souza shared a video clip of our interview, which sparked more conversations among Conservatives on Twitter.
Folks who had never heard the Conscious Conservative message were both impressed and skeptical of it. The vast majority, just like you, Beloved, appreciated it. But others considered my message to be more "race-based pandering."
This is the typical response from Conservatives who have been bombarded by the "Colorblind" messaging on the Right, which suggests Black people disassociate themselves from their culture and history, and just be "American."
As I shared with Dinesh, that's not going to happen here.
Black voters like myself will NEVER reject our history and essence. We have a rich culture that oozes with conservatism. Why would we give that up?
Instead, we will continue loving our history and culture; but we will use conservatism as a way to protect what we build.
And every Conservative ought to see the need to expand the base with various groups who think like we do and who hate Progressivism as much as they do.
This type of message and outreach is not pandering.
This is strategic political action.
Black voters aren't asking Conservatives to serve them fish fries or to put hot sauce in their purse while asking for the vote.
Black voters are far more astute than that, although Democrats clearly do not think so.
Black Outreach from the Conscious Conservative Movement is about selling politics that work.
We understand this is business, and every business partnership requires negotiations that benefit all parties involved.
Today, we see more Black men and women building wealth. We see more Black families embracing homeschooling and school choice. We see more Black couples redefining and solidifying stronger, healthier marriages.
In other words, Black voters are BUILDING, especially those among the Millennial group.
This demographic is who we must target this next round, because they can see from recent history the destruction from Democrats and their Progressive agenda.
When I visited College Park earlier this year, I spoke to Black male voters who were increasingly bothered by Democrats' far-left agenda. When I chatted with them and Black women in the neighborhood, none of them told me they wanted more access to abortion, more sexual education for their children, or more racist talk in the schools.
Black voters wanted safer schools, more job opportunities, lower gas prices, and this inflation crisis handled.
Guess what? Conservatives want the same thing, and we have the politics to make that happen.
Therefore, it behooves us to build this Alliance RIGHT NOW, especially if we want to conserve conservatism.
2022 is a prime opportunity to demonstrate what this Alliance can do for Black Americans and White Conservatives. In Georgia, we have an opportunity to bring Conscious Conservatism to Black voters in College Park.
Beginning today, we are aggressively raising money through our CCM Fundraising Campaign to sponsor our 6-week evangelism efforts for October 1 - November 8, 2020.
Each day, we are raising a specific amount to help fund this work so conservatism wins in Georgia.
For today, our goal is to raise an additional $500. With your support, we can make that happen.
Donate $25 or more right now, and help us spread the empowering message. As we get closer to Election 2022, you will see how your investment in Black Outreach makes all the difference. What we do in Georgia this year will set the pace for what we accomplish in 2024.
The time is now.
So, let's keep building.
Felecia Killings is an Award-Winning Coach, Best-Selling Author, and CEO of The Felecia Killings Foundation. Since 2011, she's trained men and women to build virtual ministries using their powerful stories while helping them cultivate a strong leadership presence in the online space. She is the author of the best-selling compilation, the Conscious Conservative Book Collection, and her newest works, My Beloved Women's Ministry Book Collection, offered exclusively at The Felecia Killings Foundation. In addition, she oversees the company's book-publishing services. In 2022, she opened the door for rising leaders in her ministry and movement to have their books published on her national platform.