Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018
Jason Riley, Wall Street Journal columnist, Manhattan Institute senior fellow, 2018 Bradley Prize winner, Fox News commentator and author of “False Black Power?” and “Please Stop Helping Us.”
Praise for Riley's book “Please Stop Helping Us”:
“A much-needed fundamental education on the facts about race in America … I cannot think of any book that has said so much in so few pages since Milton Friedman’s ‘Capitalism and Freedom’ back in 1962.” — Economist and author Thomas Sowell
“From affirmative action to welfare, a devastating examination of the real-life effects of good intentions gone terribly wrong. This thoughtful, lucid and often restrained account of the wreckage produced by racial politics marks Jason Riley as one of the nation’s rising political writers.” — The late Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer
Topic: The tragic lack of educational, social and economic advancement among many African-Americans in America and why black political success hasn’t made a difference.
Where: Wisconsin Club, 900 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53233
When: 5:00 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Cost: $150 per ticket; $2,000 per table of 8 people.
Event Sponsorship Levels: $2,500 Silver, $5,000 Gold
For more information: Call Sue Ettmayer at 414-225-9940.
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