Deneen Borelli wants to share her message of empowerment to black Americans from a limited government perspective, but theNAACP has "ignored" her request to speak at their annual meeting for the second year in a row, as reported Tuesday atLiberty Unyielding.
This year, Borelli, along with other prominent black conservatives, such as Katrina Pierson, Wayne Dupree, Lesli Brower, Brenda Flank, and the Rev. C.L. Bryant, have taken matters into to their own hands by announcing that they will be holding their own event in the same hotel where the NAACP meeting will be held.
Borelli, "Outreach Director for FreedomWorks, a grassroots organization dedicated to limited government," will be hosting a "a panel of black conservatives to discuss issues that can empower the black community to prosperity."
Black conservatives are particularly vilified by partisan groups like the NAACP for their unwillingness to toe the party line. White progressives also target black conservatives for failing to fall into the carefully crafted narrative that black Americans somehow need big government to survive.