As we draw close to the pivotal 2022 midterm election in November, many are discussing the electoral trend of the Hispanic community away from the Democrat, progressive socialist party. When I was Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, I assessed that the reason why the Rio Grande Valley was blue was because we had not engaged with them. I remember being in Del Rio, Texas, at a Hispanic church for a showing of the documentary "Uncle Tom." There were those who asked, “Why show a documentary about black conservatism in the RGV?” The answer was simple--to show the Hispanic community what the Democrat Party had done to the Black community and let them know that if not careful, the same would happen to the Hispanic community.
8/14: ACRU Policy Board Member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams explains that problems worse than racism plague the black community.
8/15: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams explains how Democratic policies ignore the needs of black communities.
5/16: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams explains the real reason Democrats have turned on the acclaimed rapper.
4/11: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams debates whether the concept of black political power actually helps black Americans.
American Civil Rights Union Policy Board member Walter Williams says the real problem is the ongoing tragedy of black-on-black crime, not the police versus blacks.