Star Parker, born onNovember 26, 1956 is an American syndicated columnist, author, Republican politician, and conservative political activist. In 1995, Star founded the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE), originally the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education. In 2010, Star was the unsuccessful Republican nominee for the United States House of Representatives in California’s 37th District.
Star Parker Family/Parents
Born in Moses Lake, Washington, her father’s details are not available and her mother’s details are also not available.
Star Parker Affairs/Boyfriend/Spouse/Husband
At the moment, Star is focusing on her career and spending more time on developing her skills. She has not dated anybody publicly yet. She is probably single.
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Name: Star Parker
- Nickname: Breanne
- Birthday: November 26, 1956
- Age: 62 years old
- Gender: Female
- Birthplace: Moses Lake, Washington
- Current Residence: Coming Soon…
- Education: Woodbury University
- Profession: Author, Republican politician, conservative political activist
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: Black
- Religion: Christian
- Hair Color: Dark Brown
- Eye Color: Dark Brown
- Zodiac: Sagittarius
- Boyfriend: She has not dated anybody publicly yet. She is probably single.
- Net Worth: Under Review
- Height: Coming Soon…
- Weight: Coming Soon…
Trivia and Facts, you may not know about Star Parker
- Star was raised in a non-religious home by often-absent parents.
- Star lived in Japan for 3 years and returned to the U.S. and moved to East St. Louis, Illinois, at twelve.
- In 1995, Star founded the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education; she later changed its name to the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE) which is located in Washington, D.C., CURE is a politically conservative organization; Star serves as its president.
- Star has been a syndicated columnist with the Creator’s News Syndicate. Her column is published weekly by newspapers across the US and opinion sites such as Townhall.
- She was a guest on the TV program Politically Incorrect.
- Star supports welfare reform measures, claiming that welfare has become like a government plantation.
- Star believes strong moral values and stable families are the key to ending poverty.
- Star has asserted a moral objection to abortion. She claims that rampant abortion has hurt black families. She opposes same-sex marriage, abortion, divorce and birth control.
- In March 2010, Star announced her candidacy for Congress in California’s 37th District, which encompasses most of Long Beach and Compton and Carson, Signal Hill, and parts of various municipalities. However, she lost the November 2 general election to Democrat Laura Richardson, earning 22.7 percent of the vote.
- For more information about Star, contact her on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.