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My journey from community organizing in the sunshine state to working with one of the most notable black-owned public affairs firms.
You know the world needs change. You want to change it. But where do you start in learning the field as a whole?
Yes, you need one. And yes, it’ll take some work to get it just right.
Equity is the buzzword of the 2020s. But do you really know what it means?
Let me first say, I love my grandma. In fact, I don’t know anybody who doesn’t love their grandma.
National Democrats have a lot to learn from the oft-ignored group.
In the 21st century, technology shapes everything about our society: for better and for worse.
The Little Rock Chamber of Commerce has awarded Think Rubix, a public affairs firm aimed at social, cultural and brand innovation, with the Minority Business of the Year award for 2022.
Think Rubix LLC on Wednesday announced that Nia McConnell had been promoted from project manager to director of business and operations.
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Think Rubix, a strategic agency aimed at social, cultural and brand innovation, announces that Marketing Manager Ally Washington has successfully completed the Little Rock Chamber of Commerce’s annual leadership program, a nine-month course intended for emerging leaders in the state’s capital city.
The vocational whereabouts of Charles Blake, who resigned as Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr.’s chief of staff in late January, are now known. He’s become a principal in a lobbying firm.
“Congressman John Lewis bore the marks of freedom on his body and he carried the torch of justice deep in his soul.”
Still, "movements cannot be centered around a candidate or a campaign," says the partner in the Washington, D.C., consulting firm Think Rubix, which crafted the Woke Vote engagement program.
Think Rubix designs a national effort addressing inequity for Black public servants.
“We shocked the world again,” DeJuana Thompson said. “This was a completely independent effort that was focused on the idea of what happens when you resource black people with the goal of turning out black people.”
Tristan Wilkerson, Founder of Think Rubix, said Trump’s appeals to voters of color is “just a step away from mockery.”