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Jeneba Ghatt

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Jeneba Jalloh Ghatt represents small, women, and minority owned business and technology companies at The Ghatt Law Group LLC, the nations’ first communications law firm owned by women and minorities. She's won landmark cases on behalf of her clients which include national civil rights and public interest organizations. In addition to actively authoring several blogs, being a radio show host and sitting on the boards of three non-profits, she is a tech junkie who has been developing online web content since the very early years of the Internet, 1991 to be precise! Follow her on Twitter at @Jenebaspeaks, on her blog, Jenebaspeaks, which covers the intersection of politics and technology or on her Politics of Raising Children blog at The Washington Times Communities section. The ideas and opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author, and have complete editorial independence from any Politic365 partners, sponsors, or advertisers. For additional information about Politic365, please visit http://politic365.com/about/.

As Rand Paul Droned: Senate Committee Passes Urban Gun Plan

  While the bulk of political theater watchers were mesmerized by Kentucky Senator Rand Paul’s 12 hour filibuster challenging the nomination of John Brennan, the...

First Ever HUD Mobile App Lets Public Easily File Complaints

A survey reveals that African and Hispanic Americans overindex for mobile phone use -meaning they overwhelmingly use mobile devices for communication at a rate disproportionate to...

SCOTUS Hears Voting Rights Act Challenge, Will Likely Uphold Law

Yesterday, the US Supreme Court heard the state of Alabama’s challenge to section 5 of the Voting Rights Act in the Shelby County v....

Obama’s Call for $9 Minimum Wage Would Impact Minorities

When President Barack Obama suggested raising the federal minimum wage to $9.00, skeptics called it a job killer, while others exalted him for finally...

Christopher Dorner, the New OJ

I have vivid recollection of the television images of the Howard University law students holding hands then erupting in excited jubilation when the verdict...

FLOTUS’ Guest List: DREAMers and Urban Violence Will Be in SOTU

Tonight, President Obama's first State of the Union address during his second term in office will include some themes and concerns central to African and Hispanic Americans. In...

Next Pope Could Come From Africa or Latin America

Could the next Pope come from Africa or Latin America? That is the buzz on the lips of many following the announcement today that...

A Nouveau African American Confronts Dick Morris’ Anti-Black Words

So news came out last week that Republican strategist Dick Morris just got sacked by Fox News and will no longer be an overly-paid contributor. He...

New Workers Group Looks Out for Retailers

“Once upon a time, you had people who would make a career in the retail industry,” Bill Fletcher, the chair of new worker rights...

A Casualty of Reform: Businesses That Exploit Immigrants

Yesterday, President Obama followed through with his campaign promise to present a plan for passing comprehensive immigration reform. He pitched a plan during an...