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Blood Donation App Makes it Easier for African Americans to be...

Less than 1 percent of blood donations are from African Americans. Though compatibility is not based on race, genetically similar blood is best for...

Raising Black Sons in Light of…

By: Jolanda Jones As a single mom of a Black man, business owner, lawyer, former city council member, US Track & Field member, and human...

#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...

The Central Park Five and the Continued Battle to End Racial...

                      By Dr. Niaz Kasravi, Criminal Justice Director, NAACP Many of us would like to believe that we live in a world where children could not...

Wireless an Essential Service for Minorities; Increased Taxation Could Hinder Use

MyWireless.org released the results of its Annual National Consumer Survey on wireless use and sentiment, and, yet again, the results demonstrate that African Americans...

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...

Designated Entity Rules and Secondary Market Transactions Should Be a Top-line...

America's tech and telecom sectors account for one-sixth of the nation's GDP, and in an increasingly digital economy, spectrum is a vital resource for...

Election 2014: Governor Christie, McDonnell, and Scott – What Do They...

Three Things You May Not Know About Voters of Color in New Jersey, Virginia, and Florida. What does Governors Chris Christie, Bob McDonnell, and...

Would A Comcast, Time Warner Cable Merger Benefit Minorities?

One day before Valentine’s Day, Comcast Corporation – the largest cable provider in the country and owner of NBCUniversal – announced its plan to merge with Time Warner Cable, the fourth largest paid television service in the nation behind Comcast, Dish Network and DirecTV.

Tackling the Challenge of Making the Innovation Economy Post-Racial

This article first appeared on A Platform for Good. Click here to see the original post. By Patrick Gusman Patrick is a versatile international corporate and nonprofit executive...