The Fifteen 20 Rise: Helping Conscious Black Conservatives Reach More Black Voters with This God-Focused Message
New edition available February 2020
Conscious Black Conservatives, ask yourself: Why are some Believers voting for leaders whose policies work directly against the best interests of our communities? What will it take to change the political landscape among certain groups so we see the kind of revival God wants to bring to our nation? And are we properly equipped to evangelize a God-focused message that will inspire every Black American to vote their conservative conscience?
In The Fifteen 20 Rise (new edition), we take a hard look at the ways traditional conservatives have reached black voters, examining both their failures and successes. During the Trump Era, we witnessed a surge of black conservative interests. But was such interest rooted in authentic conservatism, the kind that empowered our ancestors to thrive in the most abject situations? Felecia examines this phenomenon in this empowering resource.
If Black Conservatives want to witness a shift in American politics (as it pertains specifically to Black Americans), we must be willing to change our messaging and approach via effective communication strategies. By combining Black history, conscious conservatism, and personal stories, we will witness 15-20% of the Black voting bloc shift towards conscious conservative candidates. And by learning to do things a better way, America will again witness the political powerhouse of Black Conservatives whose ideals are rooted in consciousness and empowerment.
“Felecia, God is showing me how to sincerely approach what you’re saying…When you say, ‘listen to their grievances,’ that has really been stirring in my heart. We all need to be solution-focused without slamming people all the time. What you just taught has really motivated me…" Janice Gilmore Ponds
“Everything [Felecia] says and does has a positive reaction from those who don’t know how to voice their opinions.” – Brenda Flores
“I enjoyed your presenting facts and truth.” – Charles Kayser
“Ms. Killings, while you know we differ in political opinions, I have to thank you for at least being real and recognizing and acknowledging the hypocrisy on both sides of the political parties.” – Jordan Riggins
“Felecia, keep speaking truth. Yes, sometimes it hurts but it has to be dealt with…We have to deal with all issues, not just pick what makes us comfortable.” – Amy Walker
“Thank you, Felecia, for echoing what we Black Conservatives have come to know and are most frustrated with. We are appreciated on convenient platforms, but on those issues that we want to stretch through on, we suddenly get the script flipped on us.” – Ron Lee
“Truth is sometimes a hard pill to swallow for Conservatives. Presenting facts is really not what some like hearing. Keep speaking.” – Debbi Ann McDaniel