Voices Empower

Save the Date: Monday August 8th

 and the Ft. Worth 912 are proud to bring you a Dynamic and Funny Author & Speaker Kevin Jackson and his good friend ESPN Commentator Craig James along with Alice Linahan of Voices Empower for a night of knowledge and fun. Seating is Free!


Kevin Jackson

Kevin Jackson

Kevin is a extraordinarily funny speaker who is a true patriot. Kevin has written extensively on political and social issues, and appears regularly on national news programs and at conservative events.  He is author of the book  The BIG Black Lie: How I Learned The Truth About The Democrat Party  .  Read more about Kevin on his website The Black Sphere and through his articles published in the  The American Thinker.

Great Moments in Democrat Racist History – FDR

Craig James

The exciting news is that Kevin is bringing a friend to the meeting, Craig James!
From the ESPN Media Zone…….In 2007, James became the Thursday night college football analyst for ESPN. A standout college and professional football running back, James returned to ESPN in 2003 as a game analyst for select ESPN and ESPN2 college football telecasts. He was previously with the network as a studio analyst on
College GameDay and College Football Scoreboard from 1991 to 1996.As a player at SMU, James teamed in the backfield with Eric Dickerson to form the famed “Pony Express.” He was named First-Team All-Southwest Conference from 1980-83 and played for the USFL’s Washington Federals (1983-84) and NFL’s New England Patriots (1984-88). With New England, James was the NFL Rookie of the Year in 1984 and was voted New England’s Most Valuable Player and NFL Offensive Player of the Year by The Vince Lombardi Committee in 1985. James was a starter in the 1986 Pro Bowl and Super Bowl XX.



Alice Linahan

Also speaking- Alice Linahan from Voices Empower   As an active Real Estate blogger turned online newspaper owner, Alice launched Resolute Media Group along with two partners. It quickly grew into playing an integral part in holding politicians and the progressive/liberal media accountable by getting real stories out to Americans across the country. Now Alice has launched Voices Empower. She is working hard to train boots on the ground activists using social media techniques together with going into communities to find the real stories on the ground. Alice builds coalitions to create content and get accurate information out to the passive majority of Americans.

Where: Elks Lodge Fort Worth, TX No. 124 3233 White Settlement Rd, Ft. Worth, TX 76107-1228

When: Monday August 8th

Time: 6 pm Mingle with Kevin, Craig and Alice – 6:30 pm Show Time

Bring notepad and Pen – Alice will share the latest and greatest on how to be a Conservative Information Pusher!!

To Schedule a Boots on The Ground New Media Workshop With Alice Linahan for your Grassroots Group or Tea Party. Email Alice@voicesempower.com

Boots on the Ground Workshops – The Power of Compounding Activists

The Grassroots Boots on the Ground workshop provides the roadmap for building a communications team to utilize the new media tools of blogs, online videos, photos, podcasts, bulletin boards, social networks and other social media related websites to aggregate and disseminate the stories and information that people in your local area need to know about.

We provide an effective educational program for real people to flip the funnel of how information is disseminated.

The Challenge………

How do we take information from inside out to the people so they may be empowered with knowledge?

The Answer………

We create the environment for good content to be developed from the ground up. Next we teach your group or organization how to aggregate and disseminate information to reach the passive majority.

Based on the idea of the:

  • Passive Majority
  • Engaged Minority
  • Self-Empowered online Leader


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