Image: Dinesh D’Souza & Candace Owens
Image Credit: Blexit
Published April 16, 2021
Chattanooga, TN – Blexit, a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of urban and minority communities by encouraging youth to seek and take advantage of opportunities in 21st Century America, is hosting an event on Saturday, April 17th in Chattanooga.
“It’s time for a BLACK EXIT. Black America, it’s time we stop pretending. We’ve been lied to. We’ve been told that systemic racism and bigotry is holding us back. We’ve been told that police brutality is killing us off one by one.
The reality is, we were once a strong community built on love, endurance, and family. All of that has been replaced by government dependence and an illogical allegiance to leaders that have rotted our values.
America, it’s time we recognize our blessings.
We live in the freest, most opportunistic country in the entire world. On April 17 in Chattanooga, let’s celebrate traditional American values that have gotten us this far.
We’re fighting for a nation that’s united by timeless ideas, Western values, and a collective commitment to empowering all American individuals across the country.”
Candace Owens, Dinesh D’Souza, Brandon Tatum, Will Witt, Robby Starbuck and Vernon Jones are the confirmed speakers at the event.
1810 Chestnut Street
Chattanooga, TN 37408
Doors open at 3pm and the event is 4-7pm, Saturday, April 17th.
Tickets are sold out. Blexit sold out to capacity but they do have a waitlist for people who may be able to come in if there is space.
For questions, please email: email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: Half the guests will be seated and half will be in general admission (standing). Please choose to occupy the standing area if you are of the age and ability to do so.
Candace and Brandon seek to educate minorities across America about the history of our great country by highlighting the principles of the Constitution of the United States and the importance of self-reliance.
The two believe it is time to take criminal justice reform seriously to stop the over-incarceration of minorities, to build strong families in the minority communities, and to value the life and the sanctity of every individual.
BLEXIT Foundation’s Vision:
To change the narrative that surrounds America’s minority communities – with a particular focus on African-Americans.
We believe there are five primary program areas in which BLEXIT Foundation must engage to accomplish its vision:
1- Advocating for School Choice and alternative educational opportunities for America’s low-income and minority children.
2- Promoting criminal justice reform for those impacted by the penal system and developing educational programs to help communities avoid incarceration.
3 – Championing entrepreneurship and free enterprise as keys to escaping government dependence and poverty.
4 – Developing history programs that will inspire minority children to succeed and lead productive and responsible lives.
5 – Presenting the message of BLEXIT through evocative visual art and compelling live experiences.
Visit Blexit on their online platforms:
Facebook – @BlexitAmerica
Twitter – @BLEXIT
Instagram – blexitamerica