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Tuesday, May 05, 2020
Star Parker - CNN Hits a New Low
With everything going on, it is important to remember
who is really in charge – God.
Here at the Center for Urban Renewal and Development,
we never forget that God is always in control. The Chairman of our Board,
Pastor Marc Little, will not allow it.
We knew that the media would mock us for this. As
Christians, we are used to being laughed at by the liberal media.
What we did not expect, was for CNN to gleefully call Pastor
Little an “Uncle Tom.”
This is what happens when Black America refuses to
believe the lies Democrats have been telling us for generations:
you cannot survive without the government protecting you.This lie has destroyed the Black family and made generations of
Americans dependent on welfare.
CURE was started to push back on this false narrative
and rebuild the Black Community. As you can tell, this has made the media a
Pastor Little has forgiven them for this
disgusting and racist insult, but I have not.
I am livid, and I hope you are too.
If you google my name, you will find out I
was a “welfare queen” who has learned to live the American Dream and
now wants to help others do the same. With that experience in
mind, I started CURE, the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (a 501c3
organization), to help EVERYONE live the American Dream.
We have a reach of more than 4 million people, and we
are making a real difference in the black community, especially with the
help of our National Clergy Network that works from within these
neighborhoods. Together, we want to teach a man (or woman) to fish for
The Center for Urban Renewal and
Education is a 501(c)3 non-profit think-tank based in Washington,
D.C. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law as
CURE is organized as a 501c3 under the IRS.