You are Cordially Invited
to the next Thomas Jefferson Institute’s
Federal Policy Dinner
Wednesday November 10, 2021
Red, White and Black:
Rescuing American History from Revisionists and Race Hustlers
In the rush to redefine the place of black Americans in contemporary society, many radical activists and academics have mounted a campaign to destroy traditional American history and replace it with a politicized version that few would recognize. According to the new radical orthodoxy, the United States was founded as a racist nation—and everything that has happened throughout our history must be viewed through the lens of the systemic oppression of black people.
That’s why Bob Woodson started the 1776 Unites! project, building a positive movement in response to the overwhelming narratives of oppression, grievance and ignorance of American history – and its promise for the future.
After two decades in the civil rights movement, Bob Woodson started the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise. Through its 40-year history, the Center has worked to bring recognition, training and funding to grassroots leaders and organizations working to confront the problems facing their communities and heal their neighborhoods with proven, sustainable solutions, bringing training and assistance to more than 2600 leaders of faith-based and community organizations in 39 states,
Now, Bob Woodson has turned his attention to American history, offering in his new book Red, White and Black an indispensable corrective to the falsified version of black history presented by the 1619 Project, radical activists and money-hungry “diversity consultants.”
Next year, Virginia will adopt new History and Social Studies standards. There’s never been a more important time to listen to a more important message. Don’t miss this dinner!
November 10, 2021
$60 per person
JR’s Stockyards Inn
8130 Watson Street
McLean, VA 22102
sponsored by the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy