Posts Tagged: Black

MLK Day: Has the “Dream” Been Realized?

As Americans pause to honor the courageous life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. we should ask ourselves a profound question: Has the vision articulated by Dr. King in his famous “I Have a Dream” speech become a reality in 21st century America? According to a Presidential Proclamation issued by the White House:… Read more »

Gilligan’s Island-Keep Government Open-A Three hour Tour

After averting a government shutdown one hour before the deadline, Open Government has more of a platform to thrive and become a business solution to Government like never before. Using our new parody, and following the theme of Gilligan’s Island, after nearly averting a “ship wreck”, (Government shutdown), Open Government has potentially become the new… Read more »

Diminishing the Disparity (Part 1) – Can Congressional Black Caucus Stimulate Solutions to Federal Contract Award Disparity?

The Congressional Black Caucus is meeting. Do you have a reason to care? Is there any tangible impact on your business, your life? If you don’t know, it’s time to find out. You’re in luck, OGTV and its partners are live and in person at the forums that shape policy and policy makers. With the… Read more »

The quest for citizenship in America

From Bunker Hill to Basra: Quest For Black Citizenship In The Americas Thank you for that kind introduction. I’m honored beyond words that you have invited me here today to help commemorate Black History Month. I’m also honored that a kid from a small farm in East Texas has been given the opportunity to do… Read more »