The vision of the Minority Liberty Alliance is to become a national movement that will foster changes that matter to all minority communities. The Alliance does so by educating, training, organizing and empowering individuals to lead in their local communities via the building of dynamic conservative coalitions that reach across the state and nation.
The Minority Liberty Alliance invests in people as leaders – training them to take bold risks to stand up for the principles in which they believe, as well as mobilizing others who share the vision of engagement by minorities in principled policy leadership. By taking action through aggressive and compassionate outreach to minority communities, the Alliance is able encourage engagement in policy discussions that promote individual liberty and free market principles.
The Minority Liberty Alliance enhances the power and influence of local minority communities by breaking down economic, social and cultural barriers, thereby creating new opportunities for individual leadership. By building relationships of trust with individuals and organizations from various communities the Alliance is able to promote individual liberty, the building of strong small businesses through understanding the value of free market principles, the value of educational choice, and the unrestricted opportunities provided by limited government influence.
The Minority Liberty Alliance mobilizes minority community leaders and individuals toward a greater understanding of founding principles that promote individual freedom, liberty and opportunity – including:
- The education of minority communities on our Nation’s founding principles
- Recruitment and training of new leaders who represent and will mobilize their communities
- Influencing and shaping the public debate
- The building of mutually accountable partnerships with elected officials
- Leading efforts to win bold issue campaigns
- Winning elections for Minority Liberty Alliance-endorsed candidates who represent conservative values
For additional information regarding the Minority Liberty Alliance, please visit http://minoritylibertyalliance.org/mla/