Brandon Brice, one of Hip-Hop Republicanism's biggest advocates has launched his new website today. Please take the time to go over to his new site and take part in what Brandon is doing in Harlem.
If there is, one Hip Hop Republican to watch out for it is Brandon Brice. Brandon Brice is a Harlem, New York resident. This Howard University graduate was the former Chairman of the College Republicans at Howard. Mr. Brice also is a former Rutgers University Eagleton Institute of Politics Fellow and surrogate for the Republican National Committee. Brandon is a long time active blogger and spokesperson for HipHopRepublican.com.
Brandon has worked as a Policy Assistant/Intern for the Honorable J. Dennis Hastert during his Congressional tenure as United States Speaker of the House. Mr. Brice served as a fellow with the Disarmament Affairs Unit at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City, and has worked on policy issues with the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. Mr. Brice has been featured on C-Span's Road to the White House 2004, Bet’s What's At Stake", “The Truth”, with BET Commentator Jeff Johnson discussing political and economic related issues in the Black America and on Hot 97 with Lisa Evers speaking on the 2008 Presidential election.
Brandon has given lectures in a panel discussion at Baruch College, and has taught Economics as a graduate teaching assistant at Rutgers University. In his professional life, Brandon has served as an Economic Associate with the National Urban League's Economic Opportunity Institute, engaging in promoting "social entrepreneurship" in urban communities.
Brandon has experience in economic development and corporate philanthropy during his tenure at the Center for Non-Profit and Philanthropic Leadership of New Jersey. Brandon Brice is a proud member of the prestigious Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., an active member of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Masonic Grand Lodge of New York, and a member of the Greater Abyssinian Baptist Church of Harlem serving as an usher for the senior men’s ministry.
Brandon Brice has coordinated multiple political programs in the Harlem community for the 2008 Presidential Election titled, “A Voteless People is a Hopeless People”, in an effort to educate the community on the importance of voting and being informed on the issues.
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