Black Conservatives Hold First Annual Conference in St. Louis

Star Parker headlined the first annual Conference dinner in St. Louis, Missouri tonight. Star is founder and president of CURE, the Center for Urban Renewal Education, a 501(c)(3) non-profit think tank which promotes market based public policy to fight poverty. Star is a regular commentator on CNN, TBN, CSPAN, CBN, and FOX News. Star gave a tremendous speech and testimonial tonight at the Sherman Thompson Parker Memorial Scholarship Banquet.

Star Parker talks with Eugene Dokes, the vice-chairman of the St. Charles County Republican Central Committee.

The event was a great success. The speakers were terrific. Here, several attendees pose for a picture after the keynote speech. Ann Wagner and Stephanie Rubach are pictured in this group shot.

Stephanie Rubach at Moveonup Conference, “My dad used to tell us, if you don’t work you don’t eat.”

Martin Baker announced his run for Congress at Moveonup conference tonight. Martin will take on far left Rep. Lacy Clay Jr. in the Missouri District 1 race.

That’s author Andre Harper sitting at the head table.

Missouri conservative candidates Ed Martin, Peter Kinder, Sarah Steelman and Ann Wagner addressed the crowd briefly at the dinner.

Andrew Breitbart spoke at the conference this afternoon in St. Louis. I ran into Andrew at the banquet tonight.

Reboot Congress has more photos from the event.

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