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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...

Republicans Seek to Curtail Spectrum Ownership by Small Businesses

In the weeks following the Federal Communications Commission’s waiver of its Attributable Material Relationship (AMR) rule for Designated Entities (DEs) Republican policymakers are seeking...

Attributable Material Relationship Rule Undermines Access to Capital for Designated Entities

Profit attribution is but one hurdle MWBEs (minority and women-owned businesses) face in trying to become spectrum licensees, according to a recent filing by...

Coca-Cola Focused on Water, Women and Well-Being in the New Year

Roland Martin, seasoned journalist, political pundit, and host of TVOne's NewsOne Now, recently interviewed Lisa Borders, President of The Coca-Cola Foundation about her vision for the organization.

She-Geeks: The New Age of Women and Girls in STEM

Every day there is a new development in technology and greater demand for forward thinkers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). One of...

Dept. of Agriculture Extends Deadline for Latino, Women Farmers

By John Boyd, National Black Farmers Association The government has set aside more than $1.3 billion in cash awards and tax-relief payments and $160 million...

The One Trillion Dollar Lie

By James Clingman                                           ...

Retaliatory Racism and Pres. Obama’s Re-Election

President Barack Obama’s re-election left the kooky, supremacist and privileged in a tizzy. It happened. They really have to see his ubiquitous brown face...

How the Republicans Can Overcome Their “Latino Problem”

By Samantha Wyatt The GOP has been hard hit with a painful but unsurprising reality in the wake of the November 6th election: Latinos have...

Carmona Positioning as an Independent, “New Goldwater” for Arizona

Arizona’s Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Richard Carmona is positioning himself as a candidate that Arizona has been waiting for, one that will bring back...