Baltimore City Receives $2M In Funding For Minority Owned Business DevelopmentIn August, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency awarded $2,000,000 to the Mayor’s Office of Small, Minority and Women Business to operate the Mid-Atlantic Region Minority Business Development Agency Advanced Manufacturing Center.
Bowie State University Receives $1M Donation From Adobe To Increase Tech Talent PipelineOfficials at Bowie State University announced that the school has received a $1 million donation from Adobe as part of the Adobe Anchor School Program.
Prince George's County Minority Business Expo SetA minority business enterprise conference and expo is scheduled for Prince George's County.
Bowie State Hosting "Brother's Keeper" Event Federal officials are visiting Bowie State University to promote "My Brother's Keeper," President Barack Obama's initiative to improve the lives of young men of color.
Obama To Call For More Mentors For Minority Boys President Barack Obama is calling on all Americans to get involved with his push to reverse underachievement among young minority men by getting involved with mentorship and tutoring programs.
Group Asks Obama To Support New Immigration MuseumA coalition of ethnic and minority groups is asking President Barack Obama to create a presidential commission to consider establishing a museum to explore the history of immigration and migration that formed the nation.
Summit Focuses On Criminal Justice SystemA conference in Baltimore is focusing on how minority adolescents and teenagers are being treated in Maryland's criminal justice system.
Wells Fargo To Pay Baltimore Millions In Mortgage Discrimination SettlementWells Fargo Bank has settled a multi-million dollar lawsuit and the city will get a chunk of the money.
'Phylicia's Law' Passes Md. House And SenateA bill aimed at improving coordination between law enforcement and community groups when a child disappears has passed Maryland's House and Senate.
Western Md. Contractors Blast Minority RequirementSome western Maryland contractors are demanding an end to the state's Minority Business Enterprise law.