Come and join us as Alan McIntyre, of the Frederick Douglas Foundation, chronicles the life of Frederick Douglass and elaborates on the fact that in Douglass' life and writings, the solutions to America's current crisis were revealed and the Frederick Douglass Movement in conjunction with the Exodus Project is an effective offensive strategy for saving America.
From "Chitlins and Rotgut to Prime Rib and Fine Wine", learn about the Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, the Quintessential American Dream story.
Alan will empower attendees to become involved in saving their country from a fundamental transformation and chronicle Douglass' life and writings as the solutions to America's current crises.
Alan McIntyre, is the Regional Director of the Frederick Douglass Republicans. He founded the Low Information Voter Project whose mission is to educate the electorate. Alan has owned several business' in several industries: Retail Recycling, Manufacturing, Vending and Oil Distrubution. He went Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Kentucky.
The Frederick Douglass Foundation, Founded by Dr. Timothy F. Johnson, Rev Dean Nelson and Mr. A. Troy Rollings, is a public policy and educational organization which brings the sanctity of free market and limited government ideas to bear on the hardest problems facing new approaches to today's problems with the assistance of elected officials, scholars from universities and colleges and community activists
Members of the Frederick Douglass Foundation Believe:
We live in a land of liberty where natural rights of individuals precede and supersede the power of the stare
We are a constitutional republic in which government power is limited and employed for the purpose of providing legitimate public goods rather than for the benefit of insiders and narrow interest groups
We are a free market in which persons, individually or collectively, have the natural right to sell goods and services to willing buyers and in which the individual pursuit of economic opportunity benefits all
We are a free society where citizens solve problems not only through government but also by working together in families neighborhoods, churches. charities and other private voluntary organizations.