The following collection of essays offers a fresh assessment of the nature of racism in 21st-century America and an examination of opportunities for healing it. The subject could not be more important. In many ways, race is a stain that runs across the entire fabric of American history almost from the beginning of European entry […]
Networking with business is fine but Networking with God is crucial. Help to understand that all things are working for a purpose and greater good. Tying some basic corporate principles with biblical principles.
There is a misconception that all young black politicans are exactly postracial. Dr Gillespsie book presents theortical framework to help understand where all the young black politics fit. Three typologies have been defined: Crossover appeal, Connections to black political establishment, and Projective ambition.
There is a generation of people who are interested in technology, hip hop, and politics and haven’t been spoken to. As the hip hop generation continues to grow The Source magazine wants to be a median to communicate important issues that affect all generations, all colors and all creeds.
Maya Rockeymoore interviews Valencia Campbell and discusses women of color and career success at the 2010 Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference.
Maya Rockeymoore interviews Janice Ferebee, Director of the Bethune Program Development Center at the National Council of Negro Women, who discusses her Center’s work with women of color in areas such as health and politics at the 2010 Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference.
Question and answers session at the Economic Security for Women Conference. Topics include economic development, women of color and long-term wealth development.
Representative Yvette Clarke (D-NY) discusses the importance of women-owned businesses as an asset building strategy at the Economic Security for Women Conference.
Sarah Echohawk Vermillion, VP of First Nations Development Institute, discusses sexism in tribal economies and the need for economic development and asset and wealth building for women in American Indian communities at the Economic Security for Women Conference.