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Strengthening the Black Business Community
Ron Busby Sr., President and CEO of the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc., joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss efforts to help the Black business community thrive in today’s economy.
The Climate for Black-Owned Businesses
Kelly Burton, CEO of the Black Innovation Alliance, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the current climate for Black-owned businesses.
Critical Concerns Impacting Black Women
Shavon Arline-Bradley,President and CEOof the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW), joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the organization’s “core four” —priority programs grounded on a foundation of critical concerns.
Criminal Justice: Engaging the Community to Create Change
Nicole Austin-Hillery, President and CEO of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF), joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss a multifaceted approach to criminal justice reform, including community engagement opportunities to address challenges in Black communities.
1863 Ventures: A Goal to ‘Generate $100 Billion of Wealth by 2030’
Melissa Bradley, Founder and General Partner of 1863 Ventures, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss growth opportunities for emerging Black and brown business owners, including access to capital investment, forming partnerships and business development programs.
Preparing the Next Generation of Workers
Stacy Ruff, National Director of Teen Initiatives and Engagement at Boys & Girls Clubs of America, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss strategies to better support young people as they prepare to enter the workforce.
Special Olympics: Creating a World of Inclusion Through Sports
Kim Widdess, Senior Vice President of Sports and Competition at Special Olympics, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the transformative power of sports, which help participants realize their potential, develop physical fitness, and experience joy and friendship.
Cybercrime: Recognize, Report, and Recover from Online Scams
Ally Armeson, Executive Director of Programs for the Cybercrime Support Network, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss ways that cybercriminals leverage digital technology — and how consumers can recognize, report, and recover from online scams.
Mentorship: Small Moments Can Create a Big Impact
Adam Vasallo, Chief Marketing Officer of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss a new campaign that spotlights ways that little moments of mentorship can make a big impact on the lives of young people.
Helping Older Adults Thrive in Todays Digital Age
Alex Glazebrook of Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) from AARP joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss efforts to help seniors learn, work, and thrive in today’s digital age, including a program designed to help older adults live more independently and connect to family and friends.
Leveraging Artificial Intelligence to Combat Human Trafficking
Rafi Aliya Crockett, Director of the Financial Intelligence Unit with Polaris, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss new methods to identify and combat human trafficking operations using artificial intelligence and data from financial service providers.
Disability Rights and the Criminal Justice System
Leigh Anne McKingsley, Senior Director of the Criminal Justice Initiative with The Arc, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss efforts to promote safety and fairness in the justice system for people with IDD.
The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace
John Verdi, Senior Vice President of Policy with Future of Privacy Forum, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the benefits — and ethical challenges — of using AI tools in the workplace.
Protecting Native American Voting Rights
Matthew Campbell, Deputy Director of the Native American Rights Fund, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss voting rights issues that Native Americans face today, and efforts to protect those rights through legal advocacy.
The PACT Act: Expanding Health Care for U.S. Veterans
Terrence Hayes, Press Secretary of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss technological innovations that increase access to health care for veterans.