Reverend O’Neil Dozier: For the past twenty-five years Rev. O’Neal Dozier has been a strong advocate for social causes in the south Florida area such as: fighting to keep a mosque with terrorist ties from being built in a predominantly black impoverish neighborhood where he pastors and in other such areas of the country; being the key note speaker at many anti-abortion rallies and as a result being awarded the prestigious “Bart T. Heffernan Award” by “Broward County Right to Life”; holding rallies against “Same Sex Marriage” and “Gay Adoption of Children”; advocating for a more diverse judiciary while serving on the “Florida Judicial Nominating Commission” by urging the state governor to appoint more blacks and other minorities to the judgeship; partnering with Black Clergy Associations to promote equality of life for all minorities, etc.
Rev. Dozier served on the official campaign committees of President George W. Bush, Governor Jeb Bush and Governor Charlie Crist and was an advisor to all three of them. Rev. Dozier is a graduate of Bethune Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida and has a law degree (J.D.) from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia. He served two consecutive terms in the United States Army. Rev. Dozier also played professional football in the National Football League for the Chicago Bears during the 1974 football season. For the past 26 years Rev. Dozier has served as Senior Pastor of The Worldwide Christian Center Church in Pompano Beach, Florida.
Recent Article Postings by Rev. O’Neil Dozier:
- Open Letter to Dr. Richard Land to Ask Romney to Renounce Historic Mormon Racism
- Republicans, wake-up and understand that Mitt Romney will not beat President Obama because of his Mormon Faith and other negatives
- Black Clergy and other concerned Christians ask Governor Mitt Romney to renounce his racist religion