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Capitol Hill: Women, Latinos, Blacks, Asians and Hiring: Tech Diversity Forum...

UPDATE 9/26: A representative from Airbnb will also attend this tech roundtable. On Tuesday, September 27th at 2 p.m. in Room 2261 of the Rayburn...

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...

Wage gap exists for minorities in high tech fields

A recent report from the American Institute for Economic Research shows that in high technology fields Latinos, Asians, and blacks are not receiving equal...

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.”

The March Madness of Monetary Policy

As basketball fans gear up for March Madness, the blood sport of fiscal politics promises no less excitement over the next few weeks. Not...

Black and Latino Caricatures on Bloomberg Businessweek Cause a Stir

A few days ago, Bloomberg Businessweek came out with a controversial cover featuring African American and Latino caricatures inside of a cartoon home greedily...

Latinos, blacks, take more time to graduate in STEM

Latinos and African Americans take more time to complete their graduate degrees in science, technology, engineering and math fields, according to a new study from the...

Blacks, Latinos Two-Thirds of “Under-Banked”

By Charlene Crowell for the Washington Informer More than 37 million American households were either unbanked or under-banked in 2011, according to a new report...

Let Bobbi Kristina Be

Bobbi Kristina Brown was recently in a car crash. No one was hurt. No drugs or alcohol played a role. She tweeted about it,...

Can Minorities Benefit From Non-Partisan Approach to Governing?

Politics is an interesting blood sport. So much of what the media and the punditry are saying about the presidential nominees has little to...