The new Alaska chapter of BLEXIT, part of a national movement that aims to educate and empower minorities across America, will hold its first public meeting on Saturday, May 22, to celebrate men and women who serve in law enforcement.

According to the national BLEXIT website, the organization looks to instill an appreciation of “our great country by highlighting the principles of the United States and the importance of self-reliance.” The group takes a keen interest in criminal justice reform, building and supporting strong minority families and upholding the value of life and the “sanctity of every individual.” The national movement was founded by Candace Owens and Brandon Tatum based on a shared desire to build a better future for America.

The upcoming event in Anchorage will occur at the Tudor Bingo Center (1436 E. Tudor Road) with the goal of honoring law enforcement.

Alaska’s BLEXIT chapter is headed up by Anchorage resident Corinthians Wiley who launched the local branch last month.

“People think we’re solely political, but this is all local heart, to bring solutions to individuals,” he told the Alaska Watchman.

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Alaska BLEXIT to host first public meeting in honor of law enforcement

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.