The Roosevelt Society is excited to invite you to the premiere of our Inspiration Lecture Series, with CPAC breakout star Crystal Wright.
Crystal took the national stage by storm at the annual convention in Washington DC, dissecting the GOP's historic failings when reaching out to ethnic minorities and inner city conservatives. A conservative, black woman living in a democrat dominated city, she uses her talents as the principal at her PR firm, Baker Wright LLC, to spread a young, conservative message when appearing on The O'Reilly Factor, Piers Morgan, Neil Cavuto, Joy Behar's "Say Anything," Fox & Friends, Washington Watch with Roland Martin, & the panel for BET's State of the Union coverage.
In her "spare time," Crystal runs her own website and blog on www.conservativeblackchick.com. Her articles are frequently featured on townhall.com. She is also the founder of the Conservative Melting Pot PAC, which aims to bring all people of color into the fold for a more successful Republican party.
Crystal will be discussing the challenges minorities face when expressing their conservative beliefs. After exploring the difficulties, she'll also discuss the ways to successfully engage and empower these groups to further grow the big tent of the Republican party.
An intimate dinner reception with limited seating is offered from 5:00-6:30. If you choose the lecture only option, please plan to arrive between 6:30 and 6:45, as our program will begin promptly at 7:00pm.
The Providence Marriott is one of the premier event locations in the state, with plenty of safe, free parking in the middle of the capital city.
The Roosevelt Society is excited to welcome Crystal Wright to the Ocean State, and look forward to your attendance at what will surely be a sold out event, so please purchase your tickets promptly to avoid disappointment.
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The Roosevelt Society seeks to raise the bar of center-right politics in Rhode Island, and further promote the sound fiscal policies that will make this state a place that families never want to leave.