Dean Wilson writes about the second wave of the digital divide

Dean Ernest J. Wilson III wrote about possible solutions to the problem of declining minority media ownership and positions of senior leadership in a Feb. 17 article in The Root. Dean Wilson wrote about the “scissors effect” of black consumption rising as black control simultaneously declines. “There is a lot of responsibility and work to go around,” he wrote. “But we all must start by recognizing that the scissors effect can cut deeply and permanently if we don’t take steps now to protect and nurture our American future. This is not a black or white issue. This is an American issue.” Read More »