Friday, April 11, 2014

Hispanics Building Ladders of Opportunity for Economic Development

April 11, 2014

Tweet Recently, the Washingtonian highlighted extraordinary success stories of some of the most influential Hispanic achievers of our time. Among the Latino faces featured on the cover was Andres W. Lopez. A Harvard Law graduate and trial attorney from Puerto Rico who is often described as having a “steamrolling personality,” Lopez has become one of […]

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Bridging the Gap: The Correlation between African Americans, Broadband Usage, and the Success of the Telecom Industry

April 11, 2014

Tweet The following was derived from remarks Maurita Coley delivered at the State of Black New Jersey Conference held by the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey on March 28th. I commend the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey for having a “State of Black America” conference, because too often we […]

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Bipartisan Group of 29 Organizations Urge Congress to Take Action to Avert Tax Increase

April 11, 2014

Tweet On April 10th, the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council, along with 28 other national organizations, signed on to a letter to several members of Congress expressing support for the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act and the Internet Tax Freedom Forever Act.  The full letter, also available on the Internet Tax Freedom Act Coalition’s website, […]

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