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Press Appearances

Our movement is growing. Star Parker, CURE scholars, and board members are drawing national attention for their message of faith, freedom, and personal responsibility. To schedule an interview with Star Parker or another CURE spokesperson, please contact [email protected]

2022

CURE Founder and President Star Parker interviewed with Peter Lipsett on the Giving Ventures Podcast. Donors Trust began the podcast to help charitable givers discover new opportunities to change the world for the better.

CURE Founder and President, Star Parker comments on "Political insiders say 'pocketbook issues' surpass abortion as key midterm priority, but not everyone agrees" with Fox News.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker, contributing a segment for Straight Arrow News, discussed Republican Senator Lindsey Graham's newly introduced legislation to ban most abortions after 15 weeks across the nation and how the bill seeks to start a national conversation about the issue.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker, contributing a segment for Straight Arrow News, dove into the current political debate over who should control the education of America's children. As the left pushes more and more concepts such as critical race theory and gender identity on our students, Star discusses how this liberal agenda in education is eroding the values of our children.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker, contributing a segment for Straight Arrow News, discussed how the healthcare savings touted in the so-called "Inflation Reduction Act" aren't what President Biden and Democrats claim they are, saying the White House’s approach shows a lack of awareness of the people they claim to be trying to help, especially Black communities.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker joined Always Right Radio with Bob Frantz on The Answer 1420 AM to discuss CURE's recent Clergy Policy Summit in Ohio, how Star's background led her to her current mission, and how CURE is fighting back against rise of big government and the welfare state.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker joined Wake Up with Mr. Bill on 1440 KEYS Corpus Christi to discuss the upcoming midterm elections, the Republicans messaging strategy as they approach November, and the outlook on whether the GOP can upend the Democrats current grip on power in D.C.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker joined The Morning Drive with Casey and Elliott to discuss the current state of black America and how the mission of CURE seeks to bring these distressed communities away from government dependence and towards freedom and prosperity.

CURE Senior Fellow and former Attorney General of Indiana Curtis Hill and CURE Interim COO Austin Stone co-authored an opinion piece for Townhall promoting CURE's newest report, Black Opinions & Voting Behavior, describing the history of black voting behavior in America and analyzing recent polling to determine where this population lies ideologically today.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker, contributing a segment for Straight Arrow News, spoke about the fallout of the Supreme Court's overturn of Roe v. Wade and the left's s actions that will only further divide our country, because, despite what Biden says, the SCOTUS decision has not ended abortion in the U.S.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker joined LA Catholic Radio on Archangel Radio to discuss her background and personal testimony that led to CURE's founding and subsequent mission of fighting poverty and restoring dignity through faith and personal responsibility.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker joined Victory TV News to discuss the Left's obsessive push to bring gender ideology to the forefront of not only our culture, but within our schools and their curriculums. Star also addressed comments from Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and her threats to shut down crisis pregnancy centers.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker, contributing a segment for Straight Arrow News, spoke on how as Joe Biden's poll numbers continue to decline amid economic turmoil, he has tried to pin the blame for America’s inflation problem on Vladimir Putin and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker joined The Tom Roten Morning Show to discuss the Supreme Court's recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Star celebrates this monumental decision to protect life and discusses how the the history of abortion is a history of destroying black lives.

CURE Founder and President Star Parker, contributing a segment for Straight Arrow News, spoke about the impending demise of Social Security in the United States and the lack of foresight and action from Congress to make any meaningful reforms to the program and its present insolvency.

Author and Former CURE COO William. B. Allen joined 560 AM The Answer to discuss the release of our new book, The State of Black America.

Star Parker joined Newsmax to discuss the great irony coming from the left on both the border crisis and the abortion industry. While they are content with letting 26 million black American babies die at the hands of the abortion industry, they claim that, for humanitarian reasons, we must open up our borders to the millions attempting to pour into America.

Darkness either overcomes you or it compels you to shine your light to repel it. Americans face this choice as we are bombarded with social issues that require us to examine the core of the nation’s soul.

Our country is sharply divided today. The world views that define the current culture war in the United States have made it impossible to operate a one-size-fits-all public school system. This is why a recently-passed law in Florida makes all the sense in the world.

“A colleague of mine at the America First Policy Institute colleague, Ken Blackwell, gives a most relevant, concise response: ‘Black history is American history,’” writes Dr. Alveda C. King in an article for Newsmax.

CURE Policy, a research organization headed by Star Parker that is “dedicated to fighting poverty and restoring dignity” through “free-market solutions to provide education, employment, healthcare and the opportunity for Black families to grow and their communities to flourish,” held a recent press conference featuring several Black pro-life leaders.

Because of misleading test results, it seems some families may be terminating healthy pregnancies. As someone who is an ardent supporter of the National Right to Life and the pro-life movement, you understand why I felt compelled to speak up.

At our press conference exposing the impact of abortion on the Black community, prominent pro-life leader Ryan Bomberger, who was conceived in rape and adopted into a loving family, addressed President Joe Biden, asserting that “killing voters before they’re born is the ultimate act of voter suppression.” Breitbart News recognized this critical event that happened days before the March for Life.

2021

Conservatives, it seems, don't want to talk about our housing crisis. Some view "housing crisis" itself as a progressive buzzword, implying some inalienable right to a comfortable, taxpayer-funded home. Others counsel retreat to the countryside and abandonment of left-leaning cities and suburbs, where the crisis is the worst.

Cure Founder and President Star Parker recently joined Epoch TV's Capitol Report to discuss the The Biden Administration's Build Back Better bill that is just one vote away from passing. Star discusses the implications that this massive government spending bill has on low-income Americans and our urban communities.

CURE Board Member and former Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives T.W. Shannon recently appeared on the Fox News show "Gutfeld!" to discuss the intolerance from "Woke" young Democrats in today's politics and culture.

CURE President and Founder Star Parker made an appearance on Victory TV to discuss how the media is ignoring and criticizing a black female making political history in Virginia. It questions what progressives believe about our nation and the American people – and how Winsome Sears proved them wrong.

Last month, two higher education stories rocked the news. One was a video from Arizona State University, where two young men studying quietly on campus were aggressively harassed on video and told to leave by activist Sarra Tekola because one had a “Police Lives Matter” sticker on his laptop. Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters called for the harassers’ expulsion, and Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar tweeted, “I love ASU but this needs to stop.”

Cure Board Member and former Oklahoma House Speaker T.W. Shannon recently joined NewsMax TV’s “Wake Up America” hosted Rob Finnerty to discuss General Milley and Secretary Austin’s recent testimony to Congress on the Afghanistan withdrawal.

Local public schools, once trusted unequivocally by parents, have revealed themselves not only as just another arm of the government, but one controlled by teachers’ unions doing the bidding of one political party. Lockdowns and mask and vaccination mandates have been enacted against the wishes of many parents.

Yesterday, the Democrats in Congress passed the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, or HR 4. This bill is a blatant power grab and an attempt to federalize our elections. It’s also an effort to make states unable to defend safeguards like voter ID in court.

Writing for The American Conservative, CURE Policy Analyst Mikael Rose Good suggests that "We must resist the urge to use Census Bureau reports as bludgeons to advance oversimplified narratives about race and demographic change."

On behalf of the Center for Urban Renewal & Education’s news outlet, Black Community News, traveled to the Department of Corrections Central Detention Facility to report on the treatment of the Americans jailed for their participation in the January 6 riot at the Capitol building.

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