Rev. Dean Nelson interviewed on EWTN – 06.13.2017

Jun 14

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Great Success at the National Briefing in DC

Jun 10

 We did it! Last week, we successfully gathered over 400 ministry leaders in Washington DC as part of Family Research Council’s National Pastors’ Briefing. Challenged and equipped to better serve


I’m a Black Millennial – Here are three ways we can improve race relations

Jun 10

Written by Jeremy Hunt Where I grew up, hating white people wasn’t an option. I had to interact with them every day. From a middle-class neighborhood in the suburbs of


Feb 26

Frederick Douglass—conceived by rape and born into slavery 199 years ago this month—escaped bondage to become a leading abolitionist, writer, statesman and the most photographed American of the 19th Century.

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Video: Repairing the Breach

Feb 18

Repairing the Breach session held at the Family Research Council on Feb 16, 2017. Join Robert L. Woodson, Sr. and Rev. Dean Nelson as they share how the conservative movement


Strengthening the Black Family – Recap of 2016

Dec 15

By now, you are aware of the success the Douglass Leadership Institute had this year through our Turning the Tide Initiative. Of the three important community programs that DLI held


A Letter from the Chairman: This Year has been….UNBELIEVABLE!

Dec 08

UNBELIEVABLE! That is the best word to describe the Douglass Leadership Institute’s staff as we reflect on the success of our ‘Turning the Tide’ initiative, which exceeded all our expectations. 


Anti-Trump protests continue across the country

Nov 30

[VIDEO] Fox and Friends interviews Jeremy Hunt of the Douglass Leadership Institute about his article  “Why I find the black community’s response to Trump’s election a little embarrassing“ Nov 25,

Why I find the black community’s response to Trump’s election a little embarrassing

Nov 30

 By Jeremy Hunt – Published November 19, 2016 –   My father grew up in Atlanta during the late 60s and 70s surrounded by fellow blacks. From elementary school to Howard University,


As a black man, I’ve suffered microaggressions. I shouldn’t talk about them.

Oct 19

Reprinted from the Washington Post Focusing on small slights obscures the bigger issues in African American communities. by JeremyHunt “Hunt isn’t one of us.” Rico, a black friend of mine,

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