Speakers Bureau: Stacy M. Swimp
In addition to his role as a spokesman for the Project 21 black leadership network, Stacy M. Swimp is the president of the Frederick Douglass Society — a nonpartisan public policy and education institution that promotes free market solutions and advocates for labor freedom and school choice.
Stacy also serves as the chairman and national liaison for the Diversity Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Greater Michigan. Helping fulfill ABC’s commitment to being the leader of diversity in the construction industry, Stacy plays a key role in helping to develop the resources and tools to assist ABC members and chapters in working with an increasingly diverse workforce, client base and subcontractor/supplier base.
Stacy is the host of "Contagious Transformation," a weekly radio show focused on conservative political commentary. He is a 2009 graduate of the Great Lakes Bay Region African-American Leadership Training Institute and a 2011 Graduate of the Henry Marsh Institute of Public Policy. His commentaries have appeared in the Washington Times, Miami Times, Orlando Sun, Philadelphia Tribune and Buffalo Criterion.
Sample of Public Appearances by Stacy Swimp:
On the Fox News Channel's "Hannity," Stacy encourages conservatives to show blacks how they are fighting for their well-being and opportunity (4/8/13)
At the "Black Leaders Speak Out on Gun Control" press conference at the National Press Club, Stacy says historically there has been "a correlation, a direct relation, between gun control and black people control" (2/22/13)
Publications by Stacy Swimp:
The Origin and Purpose of Black History Month (February 2013)
What, to Black Americans, is the 4th of July? (July 2012)
President Obama and Right to Work (June 2012)
NAACP: Now a Partisan Tool? (June 2012)
Civil Disobedience or Uncivil Chaos? (May 2012)
President Obama Owes Black Americans the Truth, Not Special Attention (November 2011)
Tea Party is the 21st Century Civil Rights Movement (October 2011)