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“I have yet to come across a single community that wants to be left behind or overlooked as we embark on this new frontier” ~ FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn

Please join HTTP and LGBT Technology Partnership on Nov. 1st from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm for the third event in our Moving the Conversation Forward series. Lunch will be provided!


The latest wireless technology offers the promise of unprecedented connectivity, especially for those in minority communities where such access currently doesn’t exist. However, policy makers, companies and communities must work together to overcome challenges created by an outdated legal framework.

We are going to Move The Conversation Forward by identifying and discussing actionable steps we can take to clear regulatory and other barriers to create opportunities for minority communities to take advantage of the many benefits 5th Generation Mobile Network (5G) and Small Cell deployment offer.

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Moving the Conversation Forward Series is designed to bring together the brightest minds supporting minority communities in a continued effort to discuss, educate and highlight issues and challenges facing minority communities around technology and telecommunications in the United States. Our hope is to continue advancing positive change for minority communities through collaborative discussions, highlighting potential solutions and the steps necessary to create inclusive policies.

Organizer of the No Community Left Behind – 5G & Small Cell Deployment

About HTTP: The Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP) is the leading national Latino voice on telecommunications and technology policy issues. HTTP’s mission is to promote access, adoption and the full utilization of technology and telecommunications resources by the Hispanic community in the United States through advocacy and by serving as a national voice for Hispanics on issues related to technology and telecommunications.

About LGBT Tech: The LGBT Technology Partnership brings together cutting edge tech companies, nonprofit organizations, policy makers, scholars and innovators to improve access, increase inclusion, ensure safety and empower entrepreneurship for LGBT communities around technology.

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