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Citing changes in the telecommunications landscape and a concern that America’s minority communities may be facing an even wider digital and economic divide, David Honig, president and co-founder of the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) called on Congress...
During the Minority Media and Telecom Council's 10th Annual Access to Capital and Telecom Policy Conference in Washington, DC, contributing writer Laura Berrocal had an opportunity to sit down with Moctesuma Esparza, an award-winning producer, entertainment executive, entrepreneur and...
When many of us think of starting a business, we think of a long road ahead, a lot of sacrifice, and of course – the burning question – how to secure access to capital. Every start up business requires seed...
Mexico is now the third largest trade partner for the U.S. after 18 years of signing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). However, Mexico and the U.S. have barely managed to prepare a bi-national pool of professionals able...
In his first television interview, George Zimmerman told Fox News' Sean Hannity he had no regrets about killing Trayvon Martin. "I feel that it was all God's plan, and for me to second guess it or judge it..." Zimmerman said...
In a statement on his website released Tuesday, Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Attorney General Eric Holder’s remarks at the NAACP regarding Texas' voter ID law was a purposeful attempt to "inflame passions and incite racial tension." Perry...
One of my favorite expressions is, “when all is said and done, there’s more said than done.” But when it comes to businessman, David Steward, I want to revise my expression to read, “when all is said and done, there...
National Guard, $72.3 million in tax money, and sports sponsorships.  Two amendments to the Defense Appropriations bill, one by Republican Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA) and a second by Democratic Rep. Betty McCollum (D-MN) failed to cut funding for National Guard sports...
By now, most watchers of politics are used to the rapid fire twisting and turning of words from each side of the 2012 presidential campaigns. It has gotten to the point where candidates’ words during daily stump speeches at...

Marc Morial

Name:  Marc Morial Title/Occupation: CEO Organization: National Urban League What Makes The Person A Game Changer: Marc Morial is an entrepreneur, lawyer, professor, legislator, former mayor, and current CEO of the National Urban League, one of the nation’s largest civil rights organizations....