Friday, April 20, 2018
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Kenneth Mallory

Kenneth Mallory, a political correspondent for Politic365, is an award-winning journalist and attorney who has free-lanced for several publications, in addition to serving as a general assignment reporter for the Washington Afro-American Newspaper. He earned his B.A. magna cum laude from University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in addition to his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law.

#CBCFALC2012 Puts Focus on High-Tech Engagement

The panelists spoke of the need to develop more entrepreneurs in the technology...

NAACP: Death Penalty a Cost Issue

The NAACP is urging the Maryland legislature to abolish the death penalty. The organization’s action comes on the heels of efforts to stop the execution of Troy...

D.C. Goes 100G

District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray, along with Anthony Wilhelm, Director of the NTIA’s Broadband Technology Opportunities Program, recently celebrated the arrival of the...

Online Piracy Prioritized on Capitol Hill

“I have always stood by artists, and it is for this reason that I want to see the Stop Online Piracy Act become law....

Study Examines Black/Latino Role in 2012 Elections

Examining the role Black, Latinos and other key voting groups will play in the 2012 election, the Center for American Progress recently released a...

LIVE365: Dr. Nicol Turner-Lee and Harold Crumpton

Politic365 recently went on record with Dr. Nicol Turner-Lee, Vice President and Director of the Media and Technology Institute of the Joint Center for... to Drive Youth Civic Engagement Online and Offline

With an ambitious eye towards greater social media, the NAACP plans to meet its youth members where many young people across the nation are...

NAACP Hosts Summit on Black HIV/AIDS crisis

The NAACP, along with Harvard University's Center For Aids Research, recently hosted a summit on HIV/AIDS in the Black community.

“Connect to Compete” Offers 70% Discount on Broadband

New partnership to provide up to "70 percent discount" on broadband Internet service.

Few and Proud: Congress Attempts to Honor First Black Marines

After unanimously passing the U.S. House of Representatives last week, many are anticipating a vote in the Senate on a bill aimed at honoring...