NAACP, Google and Howard Law school discuss: “Civil Rights, The Internet and Entrepreneurship”
Posted on May 16, 2011
Thursday May 12, 2011 The NAACP and Google joined the Institute for Intellectual Property and Social Justice at Howard University to host a panel discussion on entrepreneurship in the African American Community. The panel featured Marcus Johnson,JD/MBA CEO of Flo Brands, David Ratchford,CEO Navier, Aaron Arnolds, CEO Music is My Business, Natasha Eubanks, creator of theYBF.com, and Brandon Hines, Recording Artist. The panel was moderated by Stefanie Brown, Co-Director of Field Operations and Director of the NAACP Youth and College Division.
Stefanie Brown- Co-National Field Director and National Director NAACP Youth & College Division discusses Intellectual Property and Fashion With Mrs. Christine Brooks- Cooper President and CEO of the Greater Washington Fashion Chamber of Commerce.