Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council

Social Justice Connection Reception and Book Signing

Tweet Return to Video Portal Description: Reception and book signing by entrepreneur, telecom lawyer, and author Eric Broyles. Host: Kim M. Keenan, President and CEO, MMTC Remarks: Faith T. Blackburne, Associate Bureau Chief, National Action Network Eric Broyles, Attorney and Entrepreneur; Author, “Encounters with Police: A Black Man’s Guide to...

From Silicon Harlem to the Valley

Tweet Return to Videos From Silicon Harlem to the Valley: Innovation Labs, Co-Working Spaces, and Other Technology Innovation Models for Communities of Color Description: The concentration of high tech jobs and innovation centers on the West Coast drives economic growth.  Experts will discuss how the Silicon Valley model can be replicated in other...

The Pipeline Forum

Tweet Return to Videos The Pipeline Forum: The Business Case for Mentoring, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Media, High Tech, and Telecom Industries Description: Industry leaders will address how mentoring programs promote diversity and inclusion in the media, high tech, and telecom industries and the Communications Bar, including how to make the most of the...

High Tech Policy and Awards Luncheon

Tweet Return to Videos High Tech Policy and Awards Luncheon: How to Achieve Equal Opportunity in High Tech Employment and Entrepreneurship Description: Panelists will acknowledge key changes needed in the communications industry to advance employment and ownership among multicultural populations. MMTC will bestow its annual awards to distinguished leaders in...

A Conversation with Former FCC Commissioners and Leaders

Tweet Return to Videos A Conversation with Former FCC Commissioners and Leaders: Updating the Telecom Act to Promote Minority Ownership and Consumer Interests Description: Former FCC chairs, commissioners, and leaders will provide insights on how a Telecommunications Act rewrite could energize the media and telecommunications industries and provide...

Net Equality

Tweet Return to Videos Net Equality: Working to Achieve Universal Broadband Access and Adoption and End Digital Redlining Description: Panelists will discuss the current state of the digital divide and how to ensure the inclusion of the underserved in ultra-high speed broadband technology while avoiding the risk of data-driven...