The mission is to promote a vigorous modernization and inclusion of minorities in the economic growth of U.S. To empower the growth of minority owned businesses utilizing free market principles. The NRMC will work to recruit small business owners and young entrepreneurs to participate in public policy development that improves pro-growth conditions for all groups. To monitor and oppose public policy that is contrary to the goals of the NRMC.
The NRMC was formed to provide a vehicle for coordinated action on behalf of all types of minorities businesses within the Republican Party. Our goals is to establish a collaboration of wide variety of current and future minority leaders, trade and professional organizations that can pooled their resources in an egalitarian effort to work on issues of common concern to all entrepreneurs.
Members of any elected or appointed office in any level of government, minorities who are or have been business owners, entrepreneurs or employers who regularly make a payroll, and those who wish to promote the business owner as the key player in economic growth and long term economic viability of minorities.
Definition of Minority
The organization membership will be comprised of Hispanics, African Americans, Asian, Native American, Pacific Islanders, Women and U.S. Military Veterans. These segments encompass the holistic minority of America.
The NRMC will have its first public policy forum in collaboration with The P.U.L.S.E campaign presented by PoliticalJUNKi, L.P in February 2016. The purpose of the Minority Economic Forum is to address the enormous hardships and exacerbated structural problems current in place for minorities. Specifically addressing the labor market, which has caused high unemployment and job losses disproportionally affecting African Americans, Hispanics and Asian Americans.
For information about the NRMC
National Republican Minority Caucus
1629 K. Street NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006