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NCBM

National Conference of Black Mayors

The National Conference of Black Mayors attend High Power Meeting with the African Union
NCBM Convention Countdown Begins! 32 Days left… Have you registered?
African American Mayors Designated Goodwill Ambassadors for African Renaissance at World Festival of Black Arts in Senegal
African American Mayors Execute MOU with Local Governments of Nigeria During World Summit of Mayors International Conference
2012 Annual Convention Save the Date!
President Obama 2012 State of the Union
The Honorable Kevin Johnson Appointed as 1st Vice President
National Conference of Black Mayors Welcomes Swearing-In of Congressman Emanuel Cleaver as 22nd CBC Chairman
NCBM Meets With Colombia Vice President Angelino Garzon To Discuss Technical Assistance Partnership
President Obama’s State of The Union: Winning The Future
Youth Leadership Council
Comcast Broadband Fellowship
Feds’ Suit Raises Stakes for Arizona’s Immigration Law
States slashing social programs for vulnerable
House Approves $3.44 Trillion Budget Resolution
A Concise Overview of the Benefits Available Today from the Affordable Care Act
National Coalition Launches Black Women’s Roundtable ‘Healthy, Wealthy and Wise’ National Empowerment Tour
The Changing Geography of Metropolitan Employment
EPA Announces $200 Million Investment to Develop Smart Electric Grid in Carolinas, Florida

comcast-dream-big-logoThe National Conference of Black Mayors has received a Fellowship Grant from the Comcast Foundation for Broadband Technical Assistance. The program supports two graduate level policy fellows to develop public policy recommendations to increase broadband adoption and use by African Americans. The recommendations developed by the Fellowship will further direct the efforts of NCBM in authoring recommendations to Congress and the Federal Communications Commission. NCBM is proud to receive this funding to continue progress toward a connected America that includes all of our communities.

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