Black Conservative Federation Announces Creation of Bi-Partisan Millennial Organization: The Millennial Alliance
Washington, DC – The Black Conservative Federation is partnering with prominent millennial black Democrat and Republican leaders and activists to create The Millennial Alliance. The Millennial Alliance is a bipartisan coalition recently formed to discuss and push forward solutions focused on policies and initiatives. The coalition was formed in response to the recent protests of the killing unarmed black men such as Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd.
“Pain knows no party” Diante Johnson, President of the Black Conservative Federation conveyed his eagerness to begin the next steps necessary in order to produce viable change for the black community.
The Millennial Alliance is spear-headed by equal representation of young, black Democrats and Republicans proposing an array of policies geared towards the black community ranging from criminal justice reform to economic growth for black businesses in America
“African Americans are tired of false promises by our elected leaders. Our community is eager to see a clear path to prosperity when it comes to criminal justice reform, education, student loan reform, and economic development to name a few. Bipartisanship is key to uplifting our community now” expressed by longtime Democrat advocate Demetrius Terry.
BCF is a 501(C)4 registered social organization that promotes economic stability, a multi-pronged approach to community investment, and ensures both quality and choice of education, Contributions to the organization are not tax deductible.