Camp Constitution’s Recommendations for Supreme Court Justice


Camp Constitution firmly opposes identity politics, but since Joe Biden announced that a black woman and only a black woman will be his choice to replace Justice Stephen Breyer, we have a few recommendations:

Dr. Felecia Nace is a New Jersey Native.  A former language arts teacher at the Montclair Public School District New Jersey, Dr. worked as an education specialist for the New Jersey Department of Education, five years as an adjunct professor for Mercer County Community College’s English department, and his currently the executive director of Partners 4 Change, and education consulting firm.   Nace is an international consultant, speaker/presenter, and has many published articles on the topic of systemic change. She is the author of several books including Top-Down Confusion: Is Grey the New Pink in Education 

Mrs. Edith Craft:  Born and raised in New Orleans, Mrs. Craft is a retired schoolteacher who serves as Camp Constitution’s program director for its junior camp.  She is married to Camp Constitution’s chaplain Rev. Steve Craft.  She is a mother and grandmother

Kalasia Richer is the New England Faith Representative for Turning Point USA. She works full time serving and supporting pastors/members of the faith community in MA, NH, VT, ME, and upstate New York in the restoration of their God-given liberties. Kalasia is originally from Woonsocket, RI and currently lives in Boston, MA. She graduated in 2020 from Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI with a BA in Political Science and Communications. While in college she served as the President of the RWU College Republicans and Vice President of Christian Student Fellowship. She also worked as a staffer for an RI gubernatorial campaign and interned at the Rhode Island State House. In addition to working full time for Turning Point USA, she currently serves as an ambassador for Future Female Leaders.

And Barbara From Harlem:

“Barbara From Harlem” is a community and political activist in New York City. Born in the Bronx and raised in Harlem, she raised five children as a single mother. She has also been a small business owner and has run several nonprofits helping inner-city youth.

Barbara earned her nickname in the mid-90s from then-WABC talk radio host Jay Diamond. She was a frequent caller about the O.J. Simpson murder trial, which she thought was wrongly decided.

She has since become a well-known voice of black conservatism in New York City and across the country. She has been called the “godmother of black conservatives” by fellow podcaster Darius Mayfield.

She is the author of the book “Escaping the Racism of Low Expectations” (Simon & Schuster, 2018). In it, she explained:

I was a liberal by default. I asked no questions. I had no answers… But my eyes were opened to reject victimhood and lack of accountability. My journey has proven to me that when you have clarity of conscience, love of God and a deep-seated belief in America’s goodness, your life will be enriched and your focus will change to one of accountability.

With her daughter Bebe, Barbara has co-hosted the “Our Urban Story” podcast since 2014; it streams live on Saturday afternoons.