James Felton Keith is an award-winning engineer and economist who was the first Black LGBTQ person to run for US Congress or any of America’s federal offices. As an author and activist, his Data Unions redefined the labor movement and personal-data as the natural resource driving all industries.
As an entrepreneur, he established the first international standard for corporate inclusion via his firm Inclusion Score. His bio-political philosophy, Inclusionism is at the forefront of Human Rights advocacy in the web of International Relations. Each week he hosts the acclaimed Inclusionism radio show on WHCR 90.3 FM, The Voice of Harlem.