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Speakers Bureau: Jerome Hudson

Jerome HudsonJerome Hudson, a native of Savannah, Georgia, is a member of the Project 21 black leadership network, serving on the organization's National Advisory Council.

Jerome first came to national prominence in July 2009 when Glenn Beck posted Jerome's essay, "The Life of a Young Black Conservative," as the top article on Since then, he has won a writing award from the Young America's Foundation; travelled to Cancun, Mexico representing Americans for Prosperity to participate in activities at the U.N.'s COP-16 climate conference; and been called a "rising star" by syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager.

Jerome is regular writer for Human Events, Breitbart News, the Daily Caller and the RedState web site, has been a guest on the Fox News Channel, published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and National Review and spoken at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C.

Follow Jerome on Twitter @jeromeehudson.

Sample of Public Appearances by Jerome Hudson:

On the Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends," Jerome discusses Martin Luther King, Jr., racial violence and fatherhood (8/24/13)

Select Publications by Jerome Hudson:

Trayvon's Story Made Famous for the Wrong Reasons (May 2012)

When Will Black America Wake Up? (October 2011)

How to Really Win the Future (August 2011)

Affirmative Action in Basketball? Not Good There... Or Anywhere (June 2011)

Forget the Debt Ceiling — Raise Our Moral Ceiling (June 2011)

While Obama Bounces, America Declines (May 2011)

51 Million Reasons to End Federally Funded Abortions (May 2011)

Is Black Support for Obama Racist? (October 2010)