Give the gift of Queen Calafia and consciousness of African-American life throughout the Diaspora for the holidays with Our Roots Run Deep: the Black Experience in California, Vols. 1-4 and Road to Ratification: How 27 States Faced the Most Challenging Issue in American History.   Support black businesses with Say Grace and Wipe Yo' Hands: BlackRestaurant.NET Guide to America's Black Restaurants.    Understand the new technologies with the Silicon Ceiling series and the Journal of Black Innovation.

The most respected source on equal opportunity in high technology since 1998


Silicon Ceiling 15: Equal Opportunity and High Technology is cited in the New York Times and is featured during this Silicon Valley Rising seminar by the South Bay Labor Council and AFL-CIO headlined by Liz Shuler, secretary-treasurer of AFL-CIO;  

It contains our study of EEO compliance by 243 San Francisco-based technology employers. The book sparked the first ever EEOC hearings on technology discrimination in May 2015, and has our exclusive list of more than 100 African-American venture capitalists.  


The only independent data on technology equal opportunity is Silicon Ceiling 15 as author  John William Templeton shares findings for AFT's Mary Cathrine Ricker and AFL-CIO's Liz Shuler with Ben Field, director of the South Bay Labor Council.