Enterprise wide membership in the Dr. T. Nathaniel Burbridge Center for Inclusive Innovation’s year-round scientific proceedings, in-person gatherings and international connectivity with company subscription to the Journal of Black Innovation. Our theme for the year is the Science of Fairness, beginning with the eight week session of the How to Do Equity series. Wil T. Ussery, the organizer of the Children’s Crusade in Birmingham in 1963 and co-chair of the Mobilization Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa in 1967 as well as national chair of the Congress of Racial Equality, (pictured, above) gives the strategy behind the gains of the 1960s and how that strategy translates to today’s continuing capital leakage. Our College Crusade, reaching thousands of HBCU students, relies on the techniques of Ussery to identify our leaders of the present and future. The 22nd Innovation&Equity Symposium on Jan. 15 (see article in Inc. magazine) will feature the Roy L. Clay Sr. Technology Pinnacle Award winners, the 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology and the BlackBio100 and will take place in our new facility in southeast San Francisco, designed to be the economic magnet for revival of the neighborhood. Your entire team can particpate in the year-round scientific gatherings in an environment conducive to mutual respect, transparency and actual results and share the monthly Journal of Black Innovation to get a authentic picture of progress across the Diaspora.