Movement Politics (Part 3): Black Lives Matter and The Tea Party

photo"The NYC Political Forum"

The "Movement Politics" series explore the various social movements, political forces, and coalitions that aim to bring about certain political changes, reforms or outcomes in furtherance of advancing a particular ideology.  The "Movement Politics" series are purely intended to be for discussion purposes only, as the NYCPF does not endorse or advocate on behalf of any groups or organizations. 

Our aim is to explore these movements or groups, in depth, without the veneer of hyperpartisan rhetoric -- thus, the discussions will be based on factual evidence, coupled with sound, logical reasoning and persuasion with the highest level of intellectual rigor.

The past discussions included:

Part One -- "The "Alt-Right"­ and the "Regressive Left"

Part Two -- The Rise and the (Ostensible) Fall of the Religious Conservatives in the U.S.


We'll compare and contrast both movements, including:

•  Philosophical governing principles and ethos

•  Shaping of the public policies

•  Electoral goals and strategies

More details to follow.

New York, NY 10001 - USA

Thursday, September 21 at 7:00 PM