National Black Republican Association

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The National Black Republican Association (NBRA) American political organization associated with and supportive of the Republican Party. In 2005 it was co-founded by Frances Rice, a retired Lieutenant Colonel and attorney of the U.S. Army. She is currently the Chairman of the NBRA.]]

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Introduction to Frances Rice, Chairman and Co-Founder of the National Black Republican Association (NBRA)[edit]

Lieutenant Colonel Frances Rice, United States Army, Retired is a native of Atlanta, Georgia and retired from the Army in 1984 after 20 years of active service. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Drury College in 1973, a Masters of Business Administration from Golden Gate University in 1976, and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of California, Hastings College of Law in 1977. In 2005, she became a co-founder and Chairman of the National Black Republican Association, an organization that is committed to returning African Americans to their Republican Party roots.

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