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Blueprint Forum Seeks Strategies to Ensure Equity in Innovation Economy

During Politic365's 6th Annual Blueprint Policy Forum, a cross section of leaders from across the public and private sectors united to explore strategies for Ensuring...

An Open Internet Creates a Wealth of Opportunities for Women

By Melanie Campbell, President & CEO, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and Convener, Black Women's Roundtable Over the years, the Black Women’s Roundtable has...

#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...

Black Leaders Endorse Cornell William Brooks as NAACP President & CEO

In the days following the announcement by the NAACP National Board of Directors that Cornell William Brooks would be the Association’s next National President and CEO, Black...

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...

Ban Internet Taxation, Says Diverse Group to Hill

A bi-partisan group of multicultural stakeholders united in asking congressional leadership to permanently extend the moratorium on Internet taxation by passing the Permanent Internet...

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...

ChristieCrat Politics and Conflicting Loyalties

Pundits across the country are in full speculation mode that Chris Christie’s re-election may illuminate the path for Republicans to recapture the White House...

Changing Electorate: Boston Will Soon Have a Mayor of Color

Boston is in the middle of its first open mayoral election in twenty years, and many thought that this was the opportunity to elect...

March on Washington: Details Around 50th Anniversary Emerge

A day before the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to kill a major provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, a group of civil rights...