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on May 8, 2011 at 12:47:10 pm


Tracking Change is a platform for activists and advocacy groups to share news and information to turn hope into action, and promote the economic and political empowerment of the African American community.  Together, we can influence public policy and ensure issues of importance to African Americans are addressed.  The issues include job creation, access to capital, education, innovation, broadband deployment and adoption, and redistricting.


In these challenging economic times, nonprofit organizations must do more with less.  By harnessing the power of social media, advocacy groups can amplify their voices, influence public policy and solve problems.


Tracking Change curates links to resources, and data visualization and mapping tools that will empower activists and advocacy groups to measure results.  We must measure progress because what gets measured is treasured.


Tracking Change promotes data-driven models of civic engagement, transparency and accountability.


The bottom line: We are the leaders we have been waiting for.  We must embrace President Franklin D. Roosevelt's call to action: “I agree with you, I want to do it, now make me do it.”


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