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Note: This is part one of a two part series. Read part two here. I know you want to talk about Mitt Romney’s weekend release of his 2011 tax returns, but bear with me: Way back in 1971, Philosopher and Ivy League...
The Norwegian Institute of Public Health recently published health news regarding cell phone use that may put a number of wireless subscribers at ease: “There is no scientific evidence that low-level electromagnetic field exposure from mobile phones and other...
By Dr. Roberto R. Calderón, Associate Professor of History at the University of North Texas Texas’s future Latino majority is already reflected in its known current and projected public school enrollments. These numbers are widely available. A brief analysis of these...
In the movie, Rocky II, the character Apollo Creed got a rematch with the character Rocky Balboa for the heavyweight championship of the world. Balboa was able to pull out a win with the tenacity and heart that endeared...
By Zenitha Prince, TriceEdneyWire.com From where Democrats sit, things are looking pretty good for their chances of holding on to the White House after the general election in November. Coming out of the party’s national convention in North Carolina last week,...

Mellody Hobson

Name: Mellody Hobson Title/Occupation: President Organization: Ariel Capital Management What Makes The Person A Game Changer: Rising from intern to the top in just 10 years, Mellody Hobson became president of Ariel Capital Management, a Chicago-based investment firm catering to the needs...
Nearly 50 million Americans now are in poverty. One in four children will grow up in impoverished households. Redressing poverty is a national emergency and a moral imperative. In our money-drenched political debate, the poor receive little attention. Yet...
(TriceEdneyWire.com) - As states wrangle with whether or not to pursue Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, they should look carefully at the serious implications for oral health, especially for poor and minority children if Medicaid services are...

Can San Antonio Be the Latino Atlanta?

Does San Antonio have the resources to create a powerful Latino middle class similar to the black middle class that exists in Atlanta, Georgia? It’s a good question, one that San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro has asked himself, and hopes...
 A consumer group which continues to experience population growth, has unique generational behavioral trends and characteristics, and a projected buying power of $1.1 trillion by 2015, African-Americans are still a viable market segment full of business opportunities, according to...