Growth of Black Conservatism in Tea Party – Runaway Slave


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Growth of Black Conservatism in Tea Party at Center of New Documentary

Former NAACP chapter president and civil rights activist C. L. Bryant leads charge against “slavery of tyranny” in new flim that looks to raise awareness among black community about progressive policies and blind alligience to the Democratic Party that have failed to uphold the promise of being “free at last”

 

Photo:  Pierre Demester

CL Bryant speaking at Washington D.C. Tea Party rally on 9-12-10

Quote start“This film was made to reveal the truth behind a 50-year-old lie that has caused an entire people to become slaves to one political idea and party.”Quote end

Woodstock, GA (PRWEB) October 8, 2010

The rising phenomenon of Black Conservatism is the subject of a new documentary titled, “Runaway Slave.” With release set for early 2011, a trailer for the movie has already received more than 200,000 views on YouTube

The film, produced by a Georgia-based documentary film studio, follows Rev. C.L. Bryant, a former NAACP Chapter President and self-professed Democratic radical turned pastor, political activist, Tea Party supporter and Black Conservative. Rev. Bryant is seen tracing the footsteps of runaway slaves through the Underground Railroad. From the slave ports of New Orleans to Chicago’s Cabrini Green to Martin Luther King’s birthplace in Atlanta, the film explores how 95 percent support of the Democratic Party has negatively impacted the Black community.

“This film was made to reveal the truth behind a 50-year-old lie that has caused an entire people to become slaves to one political idea and party,” said Rev. Bryant. “It looks to dispel the notion that government knows best, and is intended to create a mindset that can free all people and instill a sense of individualism regardless of their color.”

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http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/10/prweb4528904.htm

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