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Alleviate Poverty in America by Expanding Outreach

Have we spent too many years overlooking the real challenges of our economy? Are there still too many of us living from paycheck to...

#GA123: The Children of Freedom Summer Will Soon Be Leaders of...

The seeds planted 50 years ago in Mississippi during Freedom Summer are in full bloom. The children of 1964 -- who are now leaders...

Election 2014: Georgia 1+2+3 = Modern Voting Rights Movement #GA123

Last week I participated in #GA123 -- one of the most cutting edge civic engagement events this election cycle. This “cross-platform” social media conference...

Changing Electorate: Boston Will Soon Have a Mayor of Color

Boston is in the middle of its first open mayoral election in twenty years, and many thought that this was the opportunity to elect...

Immigration Reform: One Wrong Vote and This May Be GOP’s Last...

  This is a seminal moment for America. After decades of negotiating, compromising, and peaceful protest our U.S. House of Representatives is set to cast...

Rachel Jeantel Offered HBCU Scholarship From Tom Joyner

By Dorothy Rowley of the Washington Informer Rachel Jeantel, the star witness for the prosecution who reluctantly took the stand late last month during the...

Will Young Voters of Color Amplify Their Voice in New Jersey...

  There are plenty of reasons for New Jersey’s young surging electorate to vote this year. They will have a chance to elect New Jersey’s...

Don’t Worry About the Apocalypse. There’s an App For That.

In the movie, 2012, Woody Harrelson’s character, Charlie Frost, shares with Jackson Curtis, played by John Cusack, his suspicions about the impending end for...

President Obama’s Opaque Transparency

“We will work together to ensure the public trust and establish a system of transparency… Openness will strengthen our democracy and promote efficiency and...

Election 2013: Next Boston Mayor May Be Black or Hispanic

Recently America experienced a tragedy which tested the spirit of the entire nation, especially one of our most historic cities--Boston. This is indeed a...