Doing Away with Death by Implicit Bias in Healthcare
There are many similarities between the U.S. justice and healthcare systems. For instance, when deciding how to de-escalate a tense or time-sensitive situation, both the justice and healthcare systems use protocols that are profile-reliant.Read More
Africa is Still Rising
Regardless of the wavering issues that continue to haunt some African countries, substantial gains have been made in social and economic progress.Read More
#GivingTuesday: A Life-Changing Experience
When I received my acceptance letter for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Incorporated's (CBCF) Communications Internship Program, I knew I was about to embark on a life-changing journey.Read More
#GivingTuesday: The Impact of CBCF & How I Plan to Give Back
The CBCF has given me so much and saying thank you is just not enough. This program has enhanced my networking skills to levels that I couldn’t imagine.Read More
Precision Medicine: Will African Americans Be Economically Left Behind?
The Precision Medicine Initiative, the Federal Government’s investment in Genomic Medicine, is a bold new research effort to revolutionize how we improve health and treat disease.Read More
2040 – What Will America Look Like?
The year 2040 (Projections of the U.S. Population, 2010-2040) is the year that most demographers predict the racial composition of this country will change.Read More
“CBCF Perspectives” OPINIONS: Can Transportation be a Bridge to Wealth for African Americans?
Entrepreneurship and Transportation. The combination has created many a successful business in the last 10 years.Read More
“CBCF Perspectives” OPINIONS: The Economic Summit II is coming: Why Money Matters in the Black Community
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. (CBCF) will be hosting its second Economic Summit on May 6, 2016 in Berkeley, California.Read More
Making Housing More Affordable For D.C.’s Residents
Today, housing in D.C. is not affordable for all of D.C.’s residents. Many minorities and working class adults find it hard to keep up with the ever increasing housing prices in the District.Read More