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Black History Month Is Time to Get Serious about Black Kids’...

By Jamal Simmons Jamal Simmons is co-chair of the Internet Innovation Alliance. His political commentary has been seen on several television networks. For most of American...

White House: No Health Care Enrollment Breakdown By Race

The White House has been pushing hard for minorities to enroll and get health insurance via the new health insurance marketplace.  With millions enrolling...

National African American History Month 2014: Civil Rights in America

Progress in America has never come easy. Through centuries of struggle and hard-won victories, our country has been shaped by generations of Americans who...

First Class Digital Citizenship: Clarion Call of the Modern Civil...

MMTC has a long history of advocating for greater diversity and inclusion in the technology and telecommunications sectors, and they’re sure to pursue first class digital citizenship among its top priorities in 2014 and beyond. “We still have to close the digital divide,” Honig said. “We have to end broadband redlining. We have to preserve and grow vast new entrepreneurial and career opportunities in traditional and new media and in telecommunications.”

Verizon and GWU Shed Light on Barriers to Telehealth and mHealth...

At George Washington University (GWU) last Wednesday, a former U.S. Senator, three medical doctors, and a leader of a wireless technology coalition convened at...

TELE-MED Seeks to Overcome Physician Shortages, Health Care Disparities

A recent report by the D.C. Board of Medicine should give us all cause for concern because it is a microcosm of a more...

FCC’s Future Uncertain; Lackluster Broadband Definitions to Blame

Listening to Monday’s net neutrality arguments in the U.S. Court of Appeals-District of Columbia left me with the impression that the Federal Communications Commission...

Progressive Ideals Out of Touch with Needs of Minority Communities?

If progressives ever had as a goal the expansion of broadband to minorities, that goal must have fallen off the agenda.  Just as the...

Net-Energy Metering: Who Really Benefits

Net-energy metering is a system designed to allow customers to receive kilowatt-hour and/or financial credits for energy they generate (via rooftop solar systems, for...

In the Age of Digital Wireless Prevails

African Americans are overwhelmingly satisfied with their wireless services, according to a recent study by McLaughlin & Associates and Penn Schoen Berland on behalf of MyWireless.org....