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Hello World, it’s me, Jeneba!

Hello World, it’s me, Jeneba!

I’ve been watching, reading, thinking and reacting to all of the recent fury of activity going on at the FCC and in the communications and broadband industry.

I realize there is a lot of rhetoric being put out there on several hot button issues. But what’s missing is a voice that thoroughly dissects these topics from the perspective of the little guy, in particular small, women and minority owned businesses and tech companies.  That is my world.  The people I represent in my small online legal boutique.  Heck, I have and am living the life, dream and struggle of the small business.

Half of the time, it is very apparent to me that those voices claiming to speak on behalf of our people have NO CLUE whatsoever about the very REAL and PRACTICAL impact some of these issues have on small and minority owned businesses and online entrepreneurs, or digital entrepreneurs as I like to call them.  I mean, I have pleaded and begged for answers from some of the most vocal advocates, but the woefully inadequate responses I’ve gotten have led me to believe that there is a huge disconnect between the talking points they espouse and our reality.

Since I feel no one out there has done the job, I think it is necessary for me to step up and speak out about these issues that I am so passionate about.  I guess the saying is right:  if you want something done right, you have to do it yourself.

So, this is where I come in…to fill in that void.  To be honest, the spin doctors have driven me to the point where I felt I needed a forum to SET THE RECORD straight!

Lord knows we cannot have others telling us how we should think and what we should be feeling and doing about these issues.

With that, I launch Jeneba Speaks.

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Jeneba “JJ Ghatt”,is editor at Jenebapeaks.com, an online hub where she helps social media butterfly who empowers digital entrepreneurs and professionals to create great things online at her online learning platform Digital Publishing Academy.  She is an editor of tech blog Techyaya.com and founded the annual 200 Black Women to Follow On Twitter List. Read her bio, then get all of her online & digital biz startup advice and tools in one spot here!