The roots of the Republican Party's relationship with the African American community are well known. In recent history, however, this relationship has been fractured to the point that many in the black community no longer recognize its existance, and some in the Republican Party do not see the point of reestablishing it.
For the future viability of the Republican Party, both of these mindsets must be corrected.
The mission of the African American Outreach Coalition is twofold:
1. To educate the African American community on conservative principles and the history of the Republican relationship to the black community, and
2. To stress the importance of establishing and sustaining new ties with the African American community to the Republican Party, its leaders, and its candidates.
To accomplish these goals, we welcome the assistance of all Republicans, conservatives, and like-minded independents of all races and nationalities. Together, we will be on the front lines in the fight to restore belief in conservatism in the Commonwealth.