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Innovation&Equity21: Breaking the Billion Dollar Barrier

Dr. Susan Elizabeth Ford

The White House advisor for public health is among the BlackBio100 in the new issue of the Journal of Black Innovation who are gathering for Innovation&Equity21, the annual scientific proceeding, on Jan. 15, 2022 in San Francisco. Other include Dr. Emery Brown of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and Mass General Hospital.

Dr. Emery Brown, MIT, Harvard

He began programming at age 10 so he's inspiring today's youth

Jeffrey Devine shows Civic Center Secondary School students in San Francisco how we went from being a 10-year-old programmer to head of a major technology contractors in San Diego as he gives them an inside view of the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy with NASA on Friday, Nov. 19.

Top public administrator

California Government Operations Secretary Yolanda Richardson, selected the country’s top public adminstrator for her role during the pandemic, is among the 50 Most Important African-Americans in Infrastructure.

Dawson among 21st annual 50 Most

Dr Maurice Dawson of Illinois Institute of Technology is among the 21st annual 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology selected by the Journal of Black Innovation

Byron Allen with April Ryan, Roland Martin and Butch Graves Byron Allen’s Allen Media Group, LLC …

President Joe Biden nominates Dr. John N. Nkengasong as Ambassador-at-Large and Coordinator of United States …

State Treasurer Shawn T. Wooden was elected to lead the National Association of State Treasurers …

Innovators demonstrate their job creation impact to create prosperity from the opportunities created by the …

Experts describe how to plan for vibrant Black communities California African-American Freedom Trail historian John William …

Gov. Gavin Newsom described how $124 billion in education funding provides full pre-K and afterschool …


Allen Media acquires

Byron Allen’s Allen Media Group, LLC acquired HBCUGo.TV, a media provider focused on the nation’s 105 Historically Black Colleges and Universities, from Symonds-Evans Media, LLC. The move expands AMG’s reach to the African American Community, cements it relationship with HBCUs, and provides culturally