Just The News and award-winning investigative journalist John Solomon will host a primetime television special on Thursday night at 7:00pm CT to examine how certain policies and phenomena affect Black Americans throughout the country. 

In addition to Solomon, the event will feature Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, immigration attorney and Miami mayoral candidate Mayra Joli, Job Creators Network President Alfredo Ortiz, and civil rights icon Bob Woodson.

Specifically, the policy experts intend to detail the impact that economic and social policies implemented by establishment politicians are having on Black Americans.

The main sponsor of the event is Off The Press, a recently launched right-of-center news aggregator aimed to deliver 24/7 access to breaking news with the goal of preventing the continued mainstream media echo chamber that many sites produce. The site, founded by former Drudge Report editor Joseph Curl, will live-stream the event along with The Star News Network, Just The News, Real America’s Voice, and Rumble.

“We’re proud to support programming like this primetime TV special because the war against black Americans is real and is being hidden from the American people by the mainstream media,” Curl, who serves as the editor-in-chief, said in a statement.

For example, in the event, Civil Rights icon Bob Woodson takes aim at Critical Race Theory (CRT) teachings — a growing academic theory among progressive groups.

“No individual nation should be defined by its birth defects. And slavery was America’s birth defect. But America is a country that is founded on the whole notion of redemption and transformation,” Woodson said in the discussion.

Watch “The War Against Black America” live at 7 pm CT on Thursday, July 29 at Just The NewsReal America’s Voice, and Rumble, and here.

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Cooper Moran is a reporter for the Star News Network. Follow Cooper on Twitter. Email tips to cooperreports@gmail.com.
Photo “John Solomon” by John Solomon. Photo “Bob Woodson” by Woodson Center. Photo “Ken Blackwell” by Ken Blackwell.