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Political Voice of Conservative Reform

Freedom’s Journal Magazine, the modern-day journal inspired by the 1827 African American newspaper of the same name, is a tribute to the courage and foresight of Samuel E. Cornish and John B. Russwurm, co-founders of America’s Black Press. These early “freedom fighters” desired to give African Americans of their day a vehicle to voice their thoughts, ideas and opinions declaring, “[w]e wish to plead our own cause. Too long have others spoken for us. Too long has the public been deceived by misrepresentation of things which concern us dearly.” As one might expect, these words hold as much truth today as they did when they were originally written.

For us, their dedication to creating a “medium between brethren in different states [who] through its columns and expressions of sentiments on many interesting subjects which concern us, [would] be offered to the public; that plans which are apparently beneficial may be candidly discussed and properly weighed” became, in part, the impetus and vision for today’s magazine.

FJM pledges to continue their fight by looking forward to offering the latest in regional, national and international news, opinion, and editorial content with a biblical worldview. In addition, we are committed (among other things) to conserve traditional African American values; provide a much needed platform for examining issues and concerns pursuant to ensuring our rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and to preserve a legacy of black conservatism for generations to come.

(Freedom’s Journal Magazine is currently a publication of Wallace Multimedia Group, LLC, a media communications and technology company driven to “Shaping the experiences and expressions of Christian faith to impact the world”).

Standing for what we say we believe

The Black Conservative Summit (BCS) is an annual event designed to brings together national, state, and local leaders to discuss prominent issues facing today\’s society on a national stage. Our goal includes both to aggregate and engender Black conservative voices on issues facing America, in general, and the Black community, in particular, as a means to proffer solutions that positively impact our future, and world.

Objectives:

To counter-balance the voice and ideological approach to social and fiscal issues espoused by leading Black liberal leaders, which currently dominants Black mainstream media (e,g., Tavis Smiley’s State of Black America or Roland Martin’s Washington Watch).

To provide informative plenary and breakout sessions, which discuss, in greater detail, national and state issues from a conservative perspective in hopes of proffering relevant and practical solutions.

To build alliances between independent groups and activists, which encourages them to work together to share resources, and speak with a united voice when possible.

To rekindle allegiance of the African American constituency and the conservative movement, in general, with a principled conservative message that resonates with all conservative Americans.

Conservatism over the airwaves

Freedom’s Journal Radio Show is an in-depth look at the effects of liberal ideology on the views and perspectives of the African American community. Our aim is to replace long-held lies and deception with sound Biblical principles that point our community back to a moral and free society. To that end, rebuilding our foundation with Biblical principles and unwavering Truth is essential if we hope to produce a prosperous community and strong families.

Black Conservative TV

Freedom\’s Journal Magazine TV (FJMtv) is a TV program that looks at current events through a Black conservative point of view. We produced a pilot two years ago with hopes of starting a weekly series. Below is our TV programming debut. We are currently raising funds to produce this program, which will debate and explore current events through the lenses of the RISE Principles.

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