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Project 21's Lisa Fritsch Speaks at Austin Tea Party on Saturday

Lisa Fritsch, a member of the Project 21 black leadership network, will be the lead speaker at the “Back to Basics” tea party rally to be held on the steps of the capital building in Austin, Texas.  The rally is scheduled to run from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM central on Saturday, July 31.

Saturday’s rally is organized by the San Antonio Tea Party, and will feature many other speakers besides Lisa.

Lisa’s address will focus on restoring faith in America.  She contends that the tea party movement is a civil rights movement dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the rights of all individuals, regardless of their skin color.

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