Milwaukee Black Conservative People
1st TAX DAY POLITICAL RALLY
Saturday, April 16th from 2pm to 5pm
April 14 (Milwaukee) – There is newly formed conservative group in Milwaukee. The Milwaukee Black Conservative People (MBCP) is having a TAX DAY POLITICAL RALLY this Saturday, April 16th, and they intend on making it an annual event for the city.
Guest speakers for this initial rally include Pastor David King, Reverend C.L. Bryant, and Wisconsin State Representative Don Pridemore.
MBCP believes conservatism is a Red, White, and blue issue to be practiced by all Americans locally, regionally, statewide, and nationally. Reaching out, they are inviting other local conservative and Tea Party groups to participate in this inaugural event.
The MBCP Political Rally is in the parking lot of the I.D.C., 2567 North 8th Street, Milwaukee, from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, and indoors the event of poor weather conditions. This provides a common gathering area for the groups to meet and greet with one another to promote future events.
The Milwaukee Black Conservative People is the first minority founded and directed Tea Party type group in Wisconsin, but join a growing national trend that actively pursues conservative principles and legislation. The group seeks to work in concert with other groups to promote conservativism in education, business, and faith while promoting greater personal responsibility during the exercising of our civil rights.
For more information please call Apostle David D. King (414) 519-6207.