August 11, 2022
6:30pm - 8pm
VFW Post 8905
21902 NW Fwy
Cypress, TX

True Texas Project – NW Harris county is excited to be hosting Brett Rogers, who has made a powerful mini-documentary on the topic of our border crisis. We will have an opportunity to hear from him, ask him questions, and most importantly, view his film. You wont want to miss this insightful look at what this issue has caused to happen in every state and city in the United States, as well as what the global effect will potentially be.
We will also be hearing from Lucke Campbell, of Blexit Texas, to hear about the organization and how we ALL can get involved.

True Texas Project
Speaker: Brett Rogers
Intro: Lucke Campbell
Thursday, August 11
Location: VFW 8905
21902 NW Fwy. Cypress, TX
5:30pm – Prayer meeting
5:45pm – $5 pizza begins (while supplies last)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs


About Brett Rogers:

Brett Rogers is a Texas-based video creator and entrepreneur.







About Lucke (pronounced “Luckie”) Campbell:

Lucke Campbell, pronounced “Luckie” is a true servant leader in her profession, she is the Director of Security and Situation Awareness Specialist with Allied Universal. These positions allow her to oversee and equip a team of security professionals with awareness and capabilities to understand and deal with the dynamics of random and potentially threatening events. She is also an entrepreneur and host of The Lucke Project, a Conservative podcast aimed toward helping people become free thinkers.

In the community, Lucke serves as the West Regional Director for the BLEXIT Texas Chapter. BLEXIT is a 501 c 3 organization that seeks to change the narrative that surrounds America’s minority communities with a particular focus on African Americans. Two of the ways BLEXIT does this is by advocating for School Choice and alternative educational opportunities for America’s low income and minority children, and developing history programs that will inspire minority children to succeed and lead productive and responsible lives.

Being a mother of three and having taught K 12 for five years has fueled Lucke’s passion for children and their personal development. She understands the innocence of our children is at stake with the current push for the implementation of curriculums that challenge the parent’s ability to choose what is best for their children.
Currently, Ms Campbell is enrolled in the Jack Welch Management Institute where she is working toward her MBA degree with a concentration in Operations Management.