Brandon Brice

Brandon Brice Approaches Anniversary of Hip Hop Republican Launch

Brandon Brice is a conservative blogger, political activist, and the founder of Hip Hop Republican, a political site that is focused on urban issues and approaching celebration of their three-year anniversary of creation.

Brandon Brice is an interesting member of the political community, as a conservative urban blogger this activist writes pieces few dare to create which is why he founded Hip Hop Republican three years ago. This is an exciting time for the website, as it is approaching the anniversary of the launch date, and looking back on great articles that have pushed the envelope, especially in the areas of urban politics.

Brandon Brice founded Hip Hop Republican back in April of 2009, and the last three years have flown by as this site has tackled many issues that pertain to current politics and the urban community. Brandon Brice is a Howard University graduate that was also chairman of the College Republicans through his college years. This love of politics is what lead to the creation of Hip Hop Republican in the first place, and is why this site has been so successful over the last three years.

Brandon Brice has received a lot of positive attention for the creation of a site that is focused on issues that affect the urban community, and focuses on the people rather than the opinions. New York Times was quoted as saying “Web sites like hip Hop Republican raise issues important to blacks that many Americans are concerned about”. Brice saw a need for an informational source that members of any community could access, that provides information on current issues. A lot of times when politicians, and other members of the political community, address urban issues they only discuss things associated with minorities. This is why HipHopRepublican was created, to share light on all issues that are pertinent to any American, and are relatable to members of the urban community. Brandon Brice

Brandon Brice is not only the founder of Hip Hop Republican, and is a known conservative blogger central to the urban community. What started as a pet project has now grown into an influential site that is sharing current events in a manner that is easily broadcasted to members of any community. It’s past time for politicians to start paying attention to members of all communities, which is why Brandon Brice developed a site that would bridge this gap. This has been an influential three years for HipHopRepublican, and the urban communities are happy that there is a specific source of political events that cater to their wants and needs.

Brandon Brice

After a nearly decade in politics, Brandon Brice has decided to help veterans, school reformers, and small business owners through his work in media.

As a 19 year-old college student Brandon Brice majored in business at Howard University in Washington, DC. Soon after Brice was on Capitol Hill as an intern for House Speaker Denny Hastert (R-IL), while a fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

A fellowship at the United Nations brought Brandon Brice to New York where he’d eventually earn a Masters in International Affairs from Rutgers University as a fellow of their Eagleton Institute for Politics. Upon gaining experience through various community organizing and professional positions Brandon Brice felt prepared for a second graduate degree, an Executive Master of Public Affairs degree from Columbia University.

Armed with some experience and pursuing an Ivy League educational credential, Brandon Brice became one of the founding bloggers at where he challenged his peers to and fellow music and culture enthusiasts to look at issues through a politically conservative lens.

Coming from a working-class family in Detroithe knew he wanted to make a difference in people’s everyday lives, the way his mom and dad did, a registered nurse and state trooper respectively. So when Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) tapped Brandon Brice for a hybrid role as Director of African American Affairs and Education Policy Liaison for the Office of the Governor, Brandon Brice promptly rose to the challenge.

Brandon Brice describes those days as: ”Challenging because I had to walk a fine line to bring consensus for everyone at the table, in terms of black constituent groups, Ed-Reform groups, and the Administration, but we got it done and I’m very proud of those accomplishments”

Brandon Brice immediately took to the educational policy aspect of his post, implementing 24 education reform programs on behalf of the governor, managed more than 2000 constituent relationships with key African-American stakeholders, and created a 15 member special advisory committee to advance the governor’s school reforms through the state legislature.

Prior to the appointment of Commissioner Richard Constable (cabinet member), Brandon Brice was the highest-ranking black staffer in the Christie Administration. For his stint at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Brandon Brice was Property Representative in the Real Estate Unit working under the now disgraced David Wildstein.

Eventually being proverbially chewed up and spit out by the injustices of the political world, Brandon Brice opted to return to the non-profit sector to make an impact for America’s – often unsung heroes – military veterans.

Since veterans needed additional education to re-enter the civilian workforce Brice says he knew he could support the mission of the Veterans Empowerment Organization of Georgia and relocated to Atlanta.

As their Director of Strategic Partnerships, Brandon Brice maintained a million dollar budget to provide temporary housing for veterans assimilating back into civilian life. The organization also offered educational programs to assist returning veterans as well. As a collaborative result the White House and former US President Jimmy Carter, a fellow Georgian, recently recognized the organization.

Brandon Brice says: “I will continue raising awareness for the issues I believe in, education reform, small business advocacy, and supporting our veterans, through my work in media while I explore some upcoming long-term opportunities in those areas”.

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