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Can African American's Afford Not To Blog?

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With the advent of new media technology, African Americans have a new tool to empower, inform and educate themselves yet many only use these tools for entertainment. Join Black Talk Radio member and my guest William Jackson, M.Ed to discuss the question "Can African American's Afford Not To Blog?".

Bio: William Jackson, M.Ed

M.Ed. in Educational Technology from Webster University and a B.S. Physical & Health Education from South Carolina State University.

Business Owner of JETI – Jackson Educational Technology Instruction Providing refurbished computers to schools and community organizations.

Currently employed with: Duval County Public Schools as a teacher and Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Florida working with Upward Bound Program for High School students teaching technology and instructor with Florida Community College Jacksonville – Jacksonville, Florida teaching educational technology and diversity in the classroom and workplace.

Past employment with Florida Department of Education as a Technical Education Consultant conducting technology training for Northeast Florida school districts. Employed with NASA as an Educational Technology Specialist in collaboration with Edward Waters College for training teachers in Duval County with the use of technology in the classroom.

Blogging at: My Quest To Teach. Community Columnist.

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