Wealth BuildingDear Editor:I recently read your article, Church Dynamism, in The Network Journal’s December/January issue, and wanted to follow up with you. I appreciate your covering some of the co
Curious OmissionDear Editor,Your article, “New York’s Black Law Partners” (December 2005/January 2006), contains a curious omission. The write-ups on four of the five attorneys mention the schoo
Managing Customer E-mailDear Editor: It was with great interest that I read Mr. Leary’s column, “E-mail Business: Management failure can be costly,” in the November issue of The Network Journal.
Fine ArtDear Editor,As a dealer of fine art from Zimbabwe and an African-American male, I just want to thank you for the terrific article on Ms. [Valerie] Cooper (Cover story, September 2005). Althoug
Social Security Reform Dear Editor:Your application of the “race card” to the subject of your editorial comment (“Our Social Safety Net,” May 2005) is factual, real and definitely “on point.
Women’s Incomes; Family DoctorsDear Editor: I saw the BET Nightly News report (March 28) on Black women’s incomes, in which you were featured, and could not help thinking that more professional Bl
Workplace IssuesDear Editor: I have been receiving The Network Journal for the past six months and I must tell you what a pleasure it is to read. As a young Black professional, it’s often difficult
More Blueprints for Success, Please Dear Editor:The parenting Website I co-founded, MahoganyBaby.com, was featured in the September issue of your magazine. What an honor it has been to be recognized b
Mentoring Our YouthDear Editor:I am a subscriber to The Network Journal. I find your articles on African issues interesting and thoughtful. I also think that you should consider optimizing the contri
Dear Editor:I am writing to express my interest in the article by Inés Bebea about the problem of minority small business owners and their trouble being included in the bidding for lucrative contra