Future of Work
NewsOne Now | 5G & Communities of Color
The Citizen | 'This time, we’ll be getting paid for building'
The Beat | June 13, 2017 Newsletter
CONGRESSIONAL STAFF DIVERSITY
New York Times | In an Increasingly Diverse House, Aides Remain Remarkably White
The National Journal | Study:House Staff Less Diverse than House Members
Political Wire | Congressional Staff is Even Less Diverse than Congress
Roland Martin Unfiltered (September 11, 2018) | View the video here.
The Huffington Post | Most Senior Aides to House Lawmakers are Still Very White, Study Finds
The Seattle Medium | New Report: People of Color Nearly Absent from Top U.S. Staff
Epeak World News | Most Senior Aides To House Lawmakers Are Still Very White, Study Finds
InsideSources | Paying House Interns Could Tap Vital Talent
Gloucester Daily Times | Midterms show we're not any closer to a post-racial America
PoliticsNation (September 23, 2018) | View the video here.
The Washington Post | Amid Kavanaugh uproar, changes to Congress’s sexual harassment rules stall
The Leslie Marshall Show | Interview with BTI Director Don Bell
Washington Examiner | Civil Rights Groups Push McConnell to Pass Sentencing Reform
Public News Service | Study: African-Americans Wait Twice as Long as Whites to Vote
The American Prospect | How We Move Beyond Dallas
The Nation | The Supreme Court Didn't Fix Racist Jury Selection
Washington Post | When did black Americans start voting so heavily Democratic?
Huffington Post | On the Bridge with John Lewis and Barack Obama
The Hill | Dems pin hopes on black vote
ESPN | "New York Sports and Beyond"
Washington Post | Where black voters stand 50 years after the Voting Rights Act was passed