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  • Video: Black Caucus Members Question Facebook’s Zuckerburg on Diversity, Get No Hard Answers

    Video: Black Caucus Members Question Facebook’s Zuckerburg on Diversity, Get No Hard Answers

    When Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg was questioned on the issue of diversity at his company he gave no hard answers and delivered no hard commitments.     

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  • Former Congressman Mike Espy Announces Run for Mississippi U.S. Senate Seat

    Former Congressman Mike Espy Announces Run for Mississippi U.S. Senate Seat

    Alabama happened… can Mississippi go blue too? Native Mississippian, former Congressman, and business leader Mike Espy officially announced his candidacy for Mississippi’s U.S. Senate seat...

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  • Data Privacy a Concern for Marginalized Communities

    Data Privacy a Concern for Marginalized Communities

    By: Christopher Wood, Co-Founder & Executive Director, LGBT Tech While hot-button technology topics like net neutrality make headlines for current legislative activity, the underlying concern for...

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  • Black Women’s Roundtable Releases 5th Annual Black Women in the U.S. Report

    Black Women’s Roundtable Releases 5th Annual Black Women in the U.S. Report

    Today, the Black Women’s Roundtable (BWR), an intergenerational civic engagement network of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP), released its 5th Annual Black Women in the...

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  • Woman at Center of Historic 1954 Supreme Court Case Brown vs. Board of Education Dies

    Woman at Center of Historic 1954 Supreme Court Case Brown vs. Board of Education Dies

    Linda Brown, who was a little girl when a court case that centered around her against a local school would change American history and U.S. education forever, died on March 25, at the age of 75. ...

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  • Veteran Journalist George Wilson Remembered by Friends and Colleagues

    Veteran Journalist George Wilson Remembered by Friends and Colleagues

    On March 26, in Washington, DC, friends, colleagues and family gathered to celebrate the life of veteran journalist George Wilson. Wilson covered politics from Capitol Hill for over two decades....

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  • Wireless Infrastructure Order Streamline Gets 5G to Communities of Color Faster

    Wireless Infrastructure Order Streamline Gets 5G to Communities of Color Faster

    Communities of color have faced long-standing struggles to secure access to economic opportunity. Minority and low-income groups also represent the largest users of wireless when compared to other...

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  • Civil Rights Groups Sue DHS for Document Verifying Government Surveillance

    Civil Rights Groups Sue DHS for Document Verifying Government Surveillance

    On March 19, several civil rights groups filed suit against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to release the contents of the agency’s redacted memo referred to in government documents as...

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  • Champion for “We the People” Rep. Louise Slaughter Dies at 88

    Champion for “We the People” Rep. Louise Slaughter Dies at 88

    Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-NY) who was the top Democrat on the House Rules Committee, died at the age of 88 yesterday after a fall. ““I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my colleague and...

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  • McCabe Firing by Trump is the Latest Obstruction Move by a Renegade President

    McCabe Firing by Trump is the Latest Obstruction Move by a Renegade President

    When it’s all said and done there’s no doubt that Donald Trump will be viewed as one of the most openly corrupt and unlawful Presidents in U.S. history. Trump remains under the impression that he...

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  • Blue Wave? Conor Lamb Wins in Red Pennsylvania District

    Blue Wave? Conor Lamb Wins in Red Pennsylvania District

    Yes, the district will soon be reconfigured.  Yes, it was razor close.  But last night’s victory for the Democratic Party in a congressional district that has been Republican for twenty years...

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  • FCC Takes Important Steps Toward Streamlining 5G, More to be Done

    FCC Takes Important Steps Toward Streamlining 5G, More to be Done

    With 5G talks heating up around the nation, and companies taking active steps to increase its rollout, the Federal Communications Commission is primed to take action. The recently released Second...

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  • Money: Sobering Stats on African-American Financial Progress and Wealth

    Money: Sobering Stats on African-American Financial Progress and Wealth

    Late last year, The Washington Post wrote that African Americans were the only group that showed no economic improvement since 2000. sThey based their conclusions on CENSUS data. This year there...

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  • Video: Jordan Peele Becomes First African American to Win an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay

    Video: Jordan Peele Becomes First African American to Win an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay

    Director Jordan Peele, 39, a comedian, writer and Director, made history last night by being the only African American in Oscar history to win an Oscar for best original screenplay.  There have...

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  • Trump’s Black Homeownership Claim Rated False by Politifact

    Trump’s Black Homeownership Claim Rated False by Politifact

    Trump: “Black homeownership just hit the highest level it has ever been in the history of our country. President Trump loves to just throw stuff out there. Much of it is not true.  in the case of...

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  • Dr. Ben Carson, Housing Policy Novice, Spends Thousands on Furniture Then Changes Mind

    Dr. Ben Carson, Housing Policy Novice, Spends Thousands on Furniture Then Changes Mind

    Dr. Ben Carson, Housing Policy Novice, Spends $31,000 on a Mahogany Cabinet for His Office Housing and Urban Affairs Secretary Dr. Ben Carson, a former surgeon with no specific experience working...

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