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Why Our City Will Lead the FIght to End Hyde

By: Mayor Svante Myrick, Ithaca NY For the past 40 years, politicians have used the Hyde Amendment—which gets attached to yearly appropriations legislation — to...

Bank Black – It’s Serious Business

By: Ron Busby, President, US Black Chambers, Inc. In the wake of the continued outrages of police shootings, the effort to raise awareness of the...

Don’t Buy the Hype: Ending Coverage Bans is a Bipartisan Issue

By Destiny Lopez, co-director, All* Above All The Hyde Amendment—a federal ban on insurance coverage of abortion for women enrolled in Medicaid—has been in the...

How #BlackGirlMagic May Save My Vote for Hillary

By Keneshia Grant, PhD Has anyone noticed that three Black women are running the Democratic Party during the week of its national convention? Reverend Leah Daughtry...

Michelle Obama Makes Compelling Case for Hillary Clinton

By JON DOWDING Published in partnership with AllDigitocracy.org and Temple University’s Department of Journalism The women’s caucus meeting started with applause and exuberance as the second...

Protesting Peacefully is not Enough

A backlash sometimes can be as powerful as a highly effective, progressive movement. That occurred in the wake of the CIVIL Rights Movement with...

America’s Challenge: Where Do We Go From Here?

If the recent killings of Black males by law enforcement seem familiar, unfortunately, it is becoming just that! Although the situations, circumstances, and geographical...

Silicon Valley: My Journey off the Beaten Path

By: FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn Millions across the globe refer to Silicon Valley as the epicenter of innovation. Each and every day we depend on...

DAPA & DACA: Fighting for Families

By Sara Benitez, Latino Program Director for Faith in Public Life The contentious debate over immigration policy has monopolized the 2016 election and next week the...

Broadband and Capital Have Historic Implications for America’s Blacks

By Marc Morial, President, National Urban League Too often overlooked by leadership in the black community, capital is the lifeblood of our market-based economy. The...