Derryck Green is a member and speaker for the National Advisory Council of the Project 21National Leadership Network of Black Conservatives, and is a regular contributor to the National Center for Public Policy Research, a Washington D.C. think tank. His research includes economic policy, culture and race, abortion, religion, and immigration. He is a writer and blogger, whose work has appeared in and also cited by newspapers and online media across the country. Green is also a doctoral candidate in theology and ministry at Azusa Pacific University.




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  1. Mike Tracy August 18, 2013 / 10:39 pm

    Just heard you on the Billy Cunningham Radio Show. You are quite articulate and I really like what you had to say. I’m sure that you have a very bright future and I hope that I have a chance to vote for you.

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  2. Meesha Hammond Mckie September 13, 2013 / 10:06 am

    I enjoy reading your comments on subjects that plague our nation. You are thoughtful, insightful and articulate and I learn so much from reading them. Thankyou for your fair and honest opinions that shed light into subject matters that can seem to be cloudy and discouraging at best.

    Keep up the good work…I’m, listening, learning, and passing it on…
    Mrs. Mckie

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  3. B. (barnabas) Moss January 14, 2014 / 7:11 pm

    Mr. Green, (this is a resend; i passed this already to project21@nationalcenter.org)

    It was refreshing listening to you on “I talk” radio today. I totally agree with all that was said but I feel led to mention something that has been on my mind for a while. You rightly stated that for the Black family to turn around, Church leaders are all important. My prayer is that you will consider what I’m about to suggest;

    The Church leaders, and all of us, need to step back and institute a Biblical practice as the starting point for the healing; and that is based in “Unconditional Forgiveness”.

    About me before I proceed; my name is Bill (Barnabas); I am a 54 year old “black” male on the verge of retirement (July 3rd 2014, God willing).
    I would like to consider being a part of Project 21 upon retirement to help out in what I’m proposing here. Something like, putting your money where your mouth is, kinda’ thing. 🙂 Hopefully, we can correspond in the meantime and lay the groundwork for this plan; Anyhow, here goes:

    I would like to start “Project Forgiveness”. This campaigns ultimate goal would be: A generation of “Black / African Americans” that have totally and completely forgiven the “White Man;” and anyone else that has wronged them. I am of the opinion that this is answer that eluded you during the talk show.

    Bare with me here: Just imagine if after slavery ended; the civll rights movement was based on ” complete and total, unconditional, Biblical forgiveness”. Now, this doesn’t mean racism would be ignored or tolerated; all of the wicked are still subject to the law; mans law and ultimately God’s.

    It does mean that the curse of un-forgiveness would not be still hanging over the black family. I believe that, with God’s blessing, enough whites would have joined and our nation, and the plight of the Black family; would be in a different place today.

    I am convinced this is a spiritual problem and, when/if the Black community refuses to be bitter; we will begin the improve.

    Yes, this is a hard saying and everything you mentioned during he broadcast must still be accomplished; but I’m of the opinion that we can do all things if we start with a righteous foundation.

    This will be hard work. “Project Forgiveness” will step on a lot of toes but we are to forgive as Christ has forgiven us.
    This is where the church leaders (of all races) have to lead. If they are not holding to this Biblical principle then why should their congregations embrace it.

    There’s so much more to this but I just wanted to make initial contact.

    Please let me know what you think and don’t hold back.

    I rejoice in any and all advice, correction, and/or encouagement.

    I am “barnabas” ya know,


    b. moss


  4. Erika Abdnor January 27, 2014 / 9:45 am

    I heard you on the Billy Cunningham show last night as I was driving home from work. It was amazing to hear someone say everything that I think, feel and believe in one interview! I truly wish that everyone in this country would have been listening. What a different country we would live in if everyone opened their minds and looked deep within themselves and accepted the reality and sense that you conveyed! Thank you!

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    • derryckg February 4, 2014 / 10:35 am


      Thank you for the kind words. Sometimes it feels as if I’m talking and no one’s listening, so to hear your feedback is not only encouraging but it’s also a motivator to continue the work that I’m doing in hopes that it will one day pay off in a meaningful way.

      Thanks again, Erika!


  5. eric teksten August 14, 2014 / 7:58 am

    I cannot convey the intensity of my agreement with your words. How inspiring to read them!
    Eric Teksten

    Liked by 1 person

    • derryckg August 18, 2014 / 10:37 am

      Thanks Eric! Feel free to share the site and any posts with friends who may be interested.


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