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NAMIC works to ensure that our media and communications industry reflects our world. 

The National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) is a professional trade association founded in 1980. NAMIC educates, advocates and empowers for multi-ethnic diversity in the telecommunications industry through its 18 nationwide chapters, including the NAMIC New England chapter . NAMIC welcomes existing and aspiring broadband and new media professionals to our membership roster. Members are journalists, filmmakers, cable operators, programmers, hardware suppliers, communication leaders, telecommunication/new media professionals and entrepreneurs. Our members come from colleges, customer contact offices, executive suites and every position in-between. They are of every race; multiple cultures — and they are all committed to a future in which these differences are strengths. Our mission, guided by relentless focus on our three pillars of success is to Inspire, Connect and Elevate our media and communications members and value holders. We commit to this excellence by providing diverse opportunities that facilitate our members to achieve their maximum potential, both personal and professional.

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About Us

The Unified Black Collaborative was started as a Facebook group to keep the Black community informed, engaged, and invited to take part in on-going conversations and collaborations with community organizations, community leaders, businesses, and individuals. With only a narrow reach, we decided to create a website where anyone anywhere in the state of Rhode Island could access resources in a central place. 


In an effort to unify the Black Community, we will make weekly updates and changes to ensure we are providing the most current information and necessary resources that benefit the Black Community.


“Never be limited by other people’s limited imaginations.”


—  Dr. Mae Jemison, first African-American female astronaut




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