How to Do Equity April 23-June 11 shows you how to navigate a changing landscape that requires equal opportunity and international cultural fluency although you have not been prepared for it. Year-round, nKLUD supplies you with the talent and environment to be part of an emerging global marketplace.
The leaders of the United San Francisco Freedom Movement tell The Vision of Dr. T. Nathaniel Burbridge:
Tamam Tracy Moncur-- the 18-year-old leader of the Ad Hoc Coalition known as the "mother of movements" for the March 6, 1964 sit-ins at the Palace Hotel which desegregated all 37 hotels in San Francisco and subject of the ReUNION: Education-Arts-Heritage documentary Who Was Tracy Sims
State of Black Business, 19th edition
John William Templeton, author of Down But Not Out: State of Black Business, 19th edition, reveals the Black Business Affinity Index ratings for all 50 states for the 19th year joined by state legislative and executive leaders from across the nation.
Sen. James Sanders, chair of the economic development committee of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators
Dr. Oba T'Shaka, professor emeritus of Africana Studies at San Francisco State University and president of San Francisco Congress of Racial Equality during the United San Francisco Freedom Movement
Wil T. Ussery, national chair of the Congress of Racial Equality, strategist for the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, co-chair of the Mobilization Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa
The Burbridge Center is the result of 30 years of expert stature in the world of African-American technology, health care and entreprenuership so we know how to pick the winners with our monthly Journal of Black Innovation and the insights of our 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology.
For the first time, every agency in the federal government has issued an equity action plan. Over the next six weeks, How to Do Equity examines those plans along with the status of Constitutional compliancne with the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments in state and local government
Avoid the run-around that leaves you exposed for intellectual property theft and being pimped for photo ops and connects you with real sources of growth capital that propels your firm into the big leagues. We've tracked successful Black businesses for 30 years so we find you and give you a runway to take off.
Federal and state public health leaders describe the lessons of the deadliest two years in African-American history. Our starting point is From Freedman's Hospitals to Omicron: African-Americans and Federal Health Policy, crafted for UC-Sf by John William Templeton