Ms. Star Parker

Posted in: Charitable Services/Income Maintenance, Education/School Choice/Multiculturalism, Society/Family/Community/Religion

President & Founder , Coalition on Urban Renewal & Education
1155 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite 300
Washington DC
Work Fax: (202) 479-2876
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President and founder of CURE, a non-profit research foundation which provides dialogue on how social policies impact America's inner cities and the poor.

Provides a conservative voice to issues of race and poverty.
Mission is to strengthen the moral culture of America and rebuild the black family.
Works with women leaving welfare, college students and inner-city pastors.

Academic Background

B.S.: Woodbury University (Marketing).

Publications or Presentations

Regular guest on several national talk television shows, such as Larry King Live, Nightline, Oprah Winfrey Show and Politically Incorrect; has debated Jesse Jackson on CNN. Heard on more than 200 radio shows nationwide.
Regular columnist (every fifth Friday) for USA Today.
Pimps, Whores & Welfare Brats (New York, N.Y.: Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books, 1997).

Issue Specialities

Social Security privatization, welfare reform, charitable choice, community renewal, nuclear family, school choice, biblical worldview, Judeo-Christian principles, race relations, moral accountability, abortion, abstinence, radical feminism, and poverty.

Calvert Index

Charitable Services/Income Maintenance
Education/School Choice/Multiculturalism