Joseph Perkins is a nationally syndicated opinion writer for the San Diego Union-Tribune. His column appears in more than 200 newspapers nationwide with a total circulation of more than seven million. He is a frequent guest on network news programs and is a contributor to MSNBC. He previously served as deputy assistant for domestic policy to Vice President Dan Quayle and was an editorial writer for the Wall Street Journal. Perkins has authored two collections of columns, Right Like Me and the forthcoming Right Man's Burden.
Burden, and the challenge of being a conservative black in America today.
He will be introduced by Lee H. Walker.
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About The New Coalition
The New Coalition for Economic and Social Change, the host of this luncheon event, is a nonprofit
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