Wish You Were Here
Magazine Online    The Authority On African-American Conventions, Incentives, & Leisure Travel
Sep[tember/Octoner issue

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PUBLISHER'S MESSAGE
A video has been making the rounds on social media recently of an interview with Byron Allen on the Breakfast Club discussing his historic $20 billion lawsuit against cable industry giant Comcast and $10 billion lawsuit against its industry rival Charter, for their alleged discriminatory practices. During the interview he explained that the industry spends $70 billion annually licensing cable networks, but according to Allen, “African-American media get zero,” adding “that’s not fair.”
THERE’S NO PARTY LIKE A MILWAUKEE PARTY
Have a Diverse Meeting or Event in The City Of Festivals

All work and no play? That’s not how meetings are done in Milwaukee. In fact, the City of Festivals has a bash nearly every week, and everyone’s invited!
A CONVERSATION WITH LESLIE WHITLOW GRAVES
Leslie Whitlow Graves is the new Executive Director of Experience Prince George’s, the Prince George’s County, Maryland (PGC) conference and visitor’s bureau. “As the executive director, I’m responsible for developing the overall strategy for selling and marketing the county,” says Graves. “It’s my job to coordinate and utilize the key resources and the allies in the government, private sector, and the business sector, and to leverage resources and opportunities to push tourism further in the county,”