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#AABEPolicySummit Seeks to Increase Black Participation Energy Sector

Thirty-seven years ago, the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) was created to make sure that people of color were positioned to make...

Reclaiming the Morehouse Mystique Through a Legacy of Service

One hundred and forty-six years after Morehouse College was founded, Herman Beck (’92), matriculated through their hallowed halls and epitomizes the very essence of...

Game Changers: NAACP Hosts Religious Leaders Summit in Atlanta

From the NAACP: The NAACP started a three-day National Religious Leaders Summit yesterday in Atlanta, Georgia, to help move the faith community back to...

Taxicab Confessions and High Fares in D.C.

If you are trying to “cab it” around Washington, D.C. anytime soon, you may want to check your wallet first. Taxicabs fares in the...

D.C. Council Takes a Hard Look at Ethics … and Itself

Change is coming to the District of Columbia. Well … maybe.  That’s if efforts to address the long history of ethics violations in local...

President Obama, DNC Acknowledge Black History Month

With an African-American as president of the United States, February takes on a special meaning for the black community and the nation.

Cleveland Mayor Appoints Interim Schools Chief

Mayor Frank Jackson recently appointed Peter E. Raskind, 54, as the interim CEO of the Cleveland Municipal School District.

A Stand for Michael Steele Good for RNC, Republicans

Michael Steele represents a much-needed, under appreciated voice for the Republican party.

D.C. Council Chooses Mayor’s Nominee For Board of Elections and Ethics

The D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics (BOEE) will be staffed with at least one additional board member, former United States Secretary of the...