Famous Black Republicans - List of Famous Black Republicans

The Grand Old Party or the Republican Party, which is politically strong since 1928, comprises black politicians, lawyers, athletes, and celebrities. Black republicans including Condoleeza Rice, Colin Powell, Zora Neale, and Don King believe in American conservatism. Condoleeza Rice is a registered republican and the 1st black female to serve as the Secretary of State. Collin Powell, the American statesman and a retired general in the United States Army is one of the famous black liberal republicans. Zora Neale, an anthropologist and novelist by profession; Michael Steele, the first black Republican National Committee Chairman; Allen West, the first black Republican congressman; Clarence Thomas, the Supreme Court Justice, and Mychal S. Massie, the National Chairman of the conservative black think tank, Project 21 are some of the notable black republicans who supported the republican party. To know more about the famous Black republicans of all time, Scroll down.

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The Most Famous Black Republicans

NameBirthdayNationalityBio
Michael SteeleOctober 19, 1958AmericanMichael Steele is an American politician of the Republican Party who occupied several important positions
Colin PowellApril 5, 1937AmericanColin Powell is a former U.S Joint Chief of Staff and Secretary of State
LL Cool JJanuary 14, 1968AmericanJames Todd Smith, or LL Cool J, as he is better known, is a hip-hop artist, actor and music mogul from America
Zora Neale HurstonJanuary 7, 1891AmericanZora Neale Hurston was a well-known American folklorist, anthropologist and author
Tony DungyOctober 6, 1955AmericanA retired NFL Coach and a former American football player, Tony Dungy is the first African-American head coach to record a victory at the Super Bowl
Alan KeyesAugust 7, 1950AmericanA diplomat, politician and activist, Alan Keyes is known for his contribution towards the Mexico City Policy on anti-abortion, and his presidential run in general elections
Richard ParsonsApril 4, 1948AmericanRichard Parsons is a former chairman of Citigroup and Time Warner
Wilt ChamberlainAugust 21, 1936AmericanWilt Chamberlain was an American basketball player
Michael KingDecember 15, 1945New ZealanderMichael King was an author, historian and biographer of great talent and creativity
Clarence ThomasJune 23, 1948AmericanClarence Thomas serves as the Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States

Richard Parsons

Richard Parsons is a former chairman of Citigroup and Time Warner

AmericanApril 4, 1948149 views

Wilt Chamberlain

Wilt Chamberlain was an American basketball player

AmericanAugust 21, 1936145 views

Michael Steele

Michael Steele is an American politician of the Republican Party who occupied several important positions

AmericanOctober 19, 1958228 views

Clarence Thomas

Clarence Thomas serves as the Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States

AmericanJune 23, 1948121 views

Alan Keyes

A diplomat, politician and activist, Alan Keyes is known for his contribution towards the Mexico City Policy on anti-abortion, and his presidential run in general elections

AmericanAugust 7, 1950156 views

Tony Dungy

A retired NFL Coach and a former American football player, Tony Dungy is the first African-American head coach to record a victory at the Super Bowl

AmericanOctober 6, 1955173 views

Michael King

Michael King was an author, historian and biographer of great talent and creativity

Don King

Don King is a successful American boxing promoter, who launched the career of many legendary boxers

AmericanAugust 20, 1931106 views

Condoleezza Rice

Condoleezza Rice was the 66th Secretary of State of the U.S., and the first African American woman to hold that post

AmericanNovember 14, 1954113 views

Zora Neale Hurston

Zora Neale Hurston was a well-known American folklorist, anthropologist and author

AmericanJanuary 7, 1891186 views