Find out what’s coming up this week on FORA.tv.
Black Male: Re-Imagined II kicks off this week in a continuation of a national campaign to shape authentic perceptions of black men and boys. Joining the conversation will be leaders in politics, media, business, and art in a discussion on race, prejudice, injustice, and tolerance.
As Republicans look to reinvent their platform following a disastrous 2012 campaign, a new crop of leaders within the party are vying to make themselves heard. Former Florida governor Jeb Bush has positioned himself as a conservative who has also championed for Latino causes– the fastest growing voter bloc and arguably one of the most important constituencies in the United States. He will join the Monitor Breakfast to talk about political reform within the GOP and what lies ahead for him in the coming months.
Since 2009, AOL chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong has led the company’s transition from a service provider to a brand owner, and has facilitated the acquisition of several highly-visible companies including TechCrunch, Huffington Post, Engadget, and Patch. Join the Paley Center’s Media Council for an exclusive event with Armstrong as he discusses how the company managed to pivot in a highly competitive and rapidly changing technology landscape.