CAPE MAY, NJ – Are you tired of the Democrat party taking advantage of you because of your skin color? Well, there’s a nationwide group of people who feel the same way, and this month, they’re hosting a family day at the Cape May County Zoo.
Blexit is a nationwide movement towards black economic independence by encouraging African-Americans to leave traditional financial systems perceived to have taken advantage of the black community. Blexit was formed in Minnesota in 2016 as the product of community meetings after the police killing of Philando Castile in St. Paul.
“BLEXIT Fest is here and we’re coming live from Cape May County Zoo and Park, on July 30th starting at 9:30 a.m. This FREE family-friendly community event will be hosted by BLEXIT New Jersey,” said NJ Blexit chapter organizer Jarret Branch. “People from across the country are coming to hear BLEXIT’s powerful, uplifting message and to have a great time.”
There will be FREE food, guest speakers, FREE games, and FREE live entertainment. So bring the whole family to BLEXIT Fest on July 30th at Cape May County Zoo and Park, 707 N Route 9, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210.
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The event is all day on July 30th.
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