Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani is the founder and chairman of RagingElephants.org. RagingElephants.org primary mission is to grow the conservative voting base through racial diversity – to challenge voters of color to vote their conservative values. The PAC was created to be an advocate of conservative-libertarian social, economic and political issues, to influence office holders, and to educate and organize the electorate on and for conservative-libertarian ideals.
RagingElephants.org is a counterweight to liberal organizations like MoveOn, Emily’s List, and Organizing for America. After initially establishing a multi-state operational footprint in Texas, Missouri, Kansas, Ohio, Maryland, California, Rhode Island, others, RagingElephants.org decided all of its efforts and resources solely in Texas.
Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani was the founder and former senior pastor of the Corinthian Christian Empowerment Center (CCEC) in Houston, Texas.
CCEC’s primary ministry was urban missionary work and assisted living. CCEC also established a hospice for the poor where they were cared for, loved, and possibly expire in an atmosphere of dignity and true Christianity.
Apostle Claver is a graduate of Lamar University with a B.S. in mass communications.
Apostle Claver grew up in Beaumont, Texas within a home of politics and civil rights. Both of his parents were active leaders in Democratic politics, the civil rights movement, and the Missionary Baptist Church.
Apostle Claver and RagingElephants.org have appeared or been featured on:
- The Sean Hannity ShowThe John Gibson Show – Fox National Radio
- The Martin Bashir Show – MSNBC The Mancow Show
- BBC – Great Britain
- CNNAtlanta Journal Constitution
- Cleveland Plain Dealer
- Glen Beck’s The Blaze
- Los Angeles Times
- New York TimesFoxNews.comMississippi Talk (8 FM stations across 75% of the state)630 AM KHOW Denver’s Caplis and Silverman ShowThe Steve & Leah Show on Talk Radio 105.5 WERC in Birmingham (4 FM stations throughout Alabama)The Burnie Thompson Show, Talk 101 FM, Panama City, FloridaThe Charles Butler Show, WVON AM Chicago
- Austin American-StatesmanHouston Chronicle and other numerous news periodicalsHouston & national TV stations within Texas and from Coast-To-Coast
And if you dare to believe it, a panel comprised of the some of America’s most prominent conservative women sponsored by RightWingNews.com selected Apostle Claver as the 8th “hottest” conservative man in America for 2010. For 2013, he fell off to number 9. Apparently, he needs to step up his game.