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Groundbreaking Election for Voters of Color, Winning Strategies

A Little Capital Goes A Long Way, Investing In Voters of Color Is A Sure Bet. The question leading up to the 2012 presidential election...

FCC’s Minority Members Leading Emerging Schools of Thought On Spectrum Management

One day before the election and possibly a new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, the issue of how best the FCC provides access...

Cynthia Marshall- AT&T’s Educational Advocate on a Mission to Encourage our...

“A good public education saved my life.”

Young Voters of Color Could Be Crucial in OH, VA and...

Last week I had the privilege of keynoting the Toledo NAACP's 99th Freedom Fund Dinner. The event attracted tons of media and more than...

Political Motion Versus Personal Motive: The New Epoch of Young African...

Politics for generation Y aren’t about party affiliation...

This Vet Not For Romney

Presidential contender, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, is a Chickenhawk who talks fast and loose, and is willing to jeopardize American lives.

The Tale of Two Electorates: Ohio and New Jersey

Holy Toledo, Ohio has become a bellwether for American political trends. Can you believe that the President has solidified a lead in the once elusively...

What’s At Stake for American Women in November?

Women make up 55 percent of the electorate, women will decide this election...

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...

Heating Oil Prices Start To Climb As Fall, Winter Set In

Residential heating oil prices were on the increase as the nation moves...