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Miguel Cardona: President-Elect Joe Biden’s Choice for Secretary of Education

Delivering on his promise of creating a diverse administration, President-Elect Joe Biden has announced his nominee Miguel Cardona for Secretary of Education. From Connecticut, Miguel Cordona has an impressive career in public education. According to The Washington Post, Miguel Cardona is an “inspired choice” to serve as the leader of education in our nation. An […]

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Op-ed: Let’s Finish Strong!

Vote Rafael Warnock and Jon Ossoff for US Senate in the Georgia Run-Off Election In November, African Americans and Latino/a Americans voted and made an impact!  We redirected the course of this country by electing Joe Biden for President and Kamala Harris for Vice President.  Our job, however, is not complete. With two U.S. Senate […]

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Constructive Community Conversations: Racism, Police Reform and the Role of Attorneys

What a pleasure it was for me to serve as a panellist for the American Bar Association (ABA) “Constructive Community Conversations:  Racism, Police Reform and the Role of Attorneys,” on December 15, 2020.  The ABA Dispute Resolution Section, Diversity Committee, and Public Disputes and Consensus Building Committee hosted the virtual event.  According to the organizers, […]

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Black Men, Seize Your Power and Vote for Joe Biden

Scott Olson/Getty Images As we enter the final days of the 2020 election cycle, African American men have taken center stage in the conversation about this transformative election.  Despite the political realities of the last four years, polling data shows a small, yet significant percentage of African American men supporting President Donald Trump, and another […]

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HACU 34th Annual Conference

Championing Hispanic Higher Education Success: Fostering Excellence and Social Justice Last week for the fourth year in a row, I attended the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) Annual Conference. As a passionate advocate for higher education, I always thoroughly enjoy participating in this event. HACU provides an excellent conference program that addresses all […]

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5th Annual B:Civic Summit

It was indeed a pleasure to be invited by Southwest Airlines to serve on their panel “A Community Conversation” at the 5th Annual B:Civic Summit. What an honor! Based in Colorado, B:CIVIC is the only organization in the state focused on engaging professionals and business leaders in for-profit companies in making social impact. Their members are […]

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Ladies of the WNBA Lead!

Although they are rarely recognized, female athletes are exhibiting their leadership in this historical moment. The Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) and the Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA) have partnered to create The Justice Movement and the Social Justice Council to advance to racial and social justice.   In fact the WNBA has dediciated […]

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Dr. Daina Ramey Berry Selected as Chair!

I am absolutely thrilled that my alma mater The University of Texas at Austin Department of History has selected Dr. Daina Ramey Berry as its new Chair. What a bold move! Dr. Ramey Berry will be the first African American woman in the Department’s 132-year history to serve in this leadership role.   This is […]

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Nikema Williams: The Democratic Nominee for Congressman John Lewis’s Seat

Following the death of Congressman John Lewis, the Executive Committee of the Democratic Party of Georgia has selected Nikema Williams to become the Democratic nominee for the November 2020 elections.  Nikema will be on the ballot for Georgia’s 5th congressional district, a seat Congressman John Lewis held for 17 terms. A Georgia State Senator representing […]

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The Unsung Legacy of Congressman John Lewis:

I was a bright-eyed Clark Atlanta University student from Brownwood, Texas, eager to learn everything I could.  Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Chapel was a frequent destination.  It served as a place where I could see and learn from people whom I could have only imagined, as a girl from a small Texas town. […]

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What is Social Responsibility All About?

As a social entrepreneur, I create positive change in the community and society through my business Kaliráh Strategies.  Kaliráh Strategies is a boutique firm that helps business enterprises as well as professional athletes and entertainers, who embrace social responsibility, to design and execute their social impact vision.  One of the first questions that I always get […]

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Summary of Webinar for Democrats Abroad

It was indeed a pleasure to serve as the speaker for the Democrats Abroad Women’s History Month webinar.  Three of the Democrats Abroad Caucuses—the Hispanic Caucus, Global Black Caucus and Women’s Caucus hosted the webinar.  Entitled “Black/Brown Power, Whiteness and Women:  The 2020 Election Challenge—Democrats, Be the Light! Save America! (…and the World!),” the webinar […]

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Observance Week 2020: King’s 2020 Vision

Many times we take for granted the things that are closest to us.  The treasures in our families, communities and cities are usually not recognized and celebrated until they are no longer with us.  With that being said, for the first time in years, I decided to participate in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday […]

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Highlights from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute 2019 Leadership Conference “You Count! ¡Tu Cuentas!”

Recently I attended the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) 2019 Leadership Conference in Washington, DC, September 10-11, 2019. Composed of Congressional representatives of Latino heritage and led by Joaquin Castro (D-TX), the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) advocates for issues important to Latinos through the Congressional legislative process. Led by Marco Davis, President and CEO, the […]

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America, Take Responsibility!!!

It has been a painful week. America is here again.  The two-headed merciless monster of hatred and violence have appeared suddenly, terrorizing the nation and piercing the hearts of the innocent.  Now we are all attempting to recover and heal from the shock and the disaster, just trying to understand… Two mass shootings occurring in […]

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