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The benefits of the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile USA merger, both to underserved communities and to budding digital entrepreneurs, are innumerable.
With yesterday’s release of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Employment Situation Summary for the month of March, the National Urban League’s 2011 State of Black America (SOBA) report couldn’t come at a more important time.
In my home state of New Jersey, a movement is afoot to ensure that the regulation of modern technologies is congruent with modern sensibilities about how best to promote consumer interests, digital entrepreneurial opportunities and business growth.
Over the last week, the Obama Administration has taken some extra steps toward demonstrating its commitment to technology and entrepreneurship.
James Rucker, Executive Director of ColorofChange.org, sent a letter to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosirequesting her opposition to Congressman Bobby Rush’s candidacy for Ranking Member of the House Communications, Technology and Internet (CTI) Subcommittee.
Even in the digital age, libraries provide very necessary assistance to many people, particularly those who cannot or have not adopted broadband in their homes.
Steps have been taken in the right direction, but there is much more the government can do to foster innovation and opportunity in the tech space for minority populations.
Several National Organizations filed comments before the Federal Communications Commission in the Open Internet Proceeding.
We live in an increasingly digital economy, and despite the result of the study described by Alster, broadbad is the single most viable option we have toward increasing positive economicimpacts for people of color and for those who have been historically marginalized and underserved.