American Minority Engagement Network (AMEN) is a 501 (c)(4) nonprofit organization established in 2021 that promotes conservative values and principles to minority communities through outreach and education.
WHAT WE DO
American Minority Engagement Network is a new conservative nonprofit dedicated to minority outreach that engages with minority communities through speaking events, trainings, conferences, forums, rallies, ethnic festivals, language translation, and issue based marketing campaigns to minority communities.
Through education and activism, AMEN will identify, organize, and activate minority Conservatives across America to be more engaged in the public policy process and to hold our elected officials accountable to conservative values and the Constitution.
AMEN’S FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT
Anh Tu Do is the Founder and President of the American Minority Engagement Network. She is an immigrant from Vietnam who moved to the United States to escape Communism after the fall of Saigon in 1975. Because of Anh Tu’s personal experience under Communism and the brutality she and her family had to endure, she has a deep appreciation for American liberty and the U.S. Constitution.
Anh Tu Do’s concern for the current direction of the United States and the spread of influence of Marxism on American society and the left’s targeting of traditionally conservative minority communities is what led her to found the American Minority Engagement Network to begin pushing back through education and activism.