I received a copy of the March/April issue of The Network Journal from a friend because I have been specializing in diversity placement of attorneys nationwide for several years. I wish to congratulate you on a very thoughtful and beautifully written magazine involved, obviously, in a very critical area. The women who are featured in your article, "25 Influential Black Women in Business," are wonderful success stories and are inspiring role models. Nothing could be more important than getting their experiences in print and to the public. I look forward to reading all your future issues.
Vera Sullivan, Director, Diversity Recruiting
Sivin Tobin Associates, New York
I wish to commend you on the changes you have made in The Network Journal. The magazine has really moved up a couple of notches in the last year. The quality has improved tremendously. Most important, you are highlighting areas that generally are not covered by the mass media. These are stories that need to be told and you are telling them. In that regard, you are doing a great service, especially for the business community. I strongly urge on the general public to support the magazine in making sure that it becomes a major medium in the tri-state area.
Roy Casey, entrepreneur, Brooklyn, New York
Reading a copy of The Network Journal is like tapping into the real network of Black folks. It is refreshing to see reporters approach stories with such diligence, providing such well-rounded information for the reader. As a New Yorker, I am always fascinated by the stories of the men and women involved in the Black community's struggle. From politics to domestic culture, The Network Journal has proven to be a pleasant source of information, one which I will continue to endorse in my community. It is not often that I read Black literature that depicts the rich culture of the African-American experience. Your stories capture a unique and worldly perspective that uplifts the consciousness of all Americans. Thank you for your excellence in journalism. I write this note to say, "It does not go unnoticed."
G.L.B., Brooklyn, New York