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Figgers Starts Black-Owned Telecommunications Network
September 21, 2017
He became so good at fixing computers that by the time he was a teenager, Figgers was working for the City of Quincy repairing computers after school. ... read more »
Harry Grammer Creates a New Earth for Incarcerated Youth 
August 3, 2017
New Earth is helping incarcerated teens transition back into their community.    ... read more »
Kenyan Teens Head For Silicon Valley With ‘App’ To End FGM
July 26, 2017
  Now, five teenage girls from Kenya’s western city of Kisumu are the latest standouts in that revolution. ... read more »
Technology Will Be Key to Mobilizing the Black Vote in 2018
June 14, 2017
More than 100 volunteers sent out over 200,000 text messages urging Black voters in Philadelphia to show up and vote. ... read more »
New Dating App Puts Premium on Non-Negotiables
February 22, 2017
The app asks users a series of important questions about the things that he or she refuse to compromise on when it comes to love and relationships ... read more »
Colgate-Palmolive and Black Girls CODE Aim to Create a Brighter Future for Young African American Girls During Black History Month
January 25, 2017
To honor Black History Month, Colgate-Palmolive will partner with Black Girls CODE on a campaign focused on helping more young girls of color learn computer programming. ... read more »
County Supervisors Envision Lucas Museum at Expo Park
November 23, 2016
The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to issue a resolution declaring Exposition Park as the ideal location for a museum planned by the legendary filmmaker George Lucas. ... read more »
Nielsen 2016 Report: Black Millennials Close the Digital Divide
October 19, 2016
Social Media and Mobile Device Use are Game-changers Raising Influence and Visibility. A decade of economic and educational prosperity propels Black America's viral vanguard, led by 11.5 million digitally empowered persuaders ... read more »
Magnolia Public Schools Make Headway in Black and Brown Communities
October 13, 2016
The charter school entity is reported to be among a variety of targets between Turkish President Recep Tayyip and his political nemesis Fetuhullah Gulen, a respected Muslim cleric ... read more »
Comcast’s Internet Essentials Helps Low-Income Families Bridge the Digital Divide
September 7, 2016
In five short years, the cable giant Comcast has achieved incredible success with its Internet Essentials program, connecting 750,000 low-income households to the power of the Web. ... read more »
New Utility Scam Targets Victims Behind on Payments
November 12, 2015
The cities of Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena warned residents about an ongoing utility scam that has claimed victims in all three cities. In a recent two-week period, ... read more »
Mayor’s New Jobs Plan Involves Industry Specific Training
October 14, 2015
There’s little dispute that the path to a vibrant and economically diverse Los Angeles begins with a population of well-trained workers. In Los Angeles, the challenge is that nearly 25 % of adults haven’t finished high school. ... read more »
Governor Signs Assemblymember Holden’s Bill to Allow Electronic Contracts to Protect Consumers
October 8, 2015
Chris Holden Assembly Majority Leader Chris Holden’s bill (AB 1097) to allow for electronic contracts that will provide more consumer protections over paper contracts has been signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. ... read more »
Rainbow Coalition & Google Present: #PUSHTECH2020
August 4, 2015
Rainbow Push Coalition And Google Present: "Dream Makers, Risk Takers And Money Makers: Diversity And Inclusion In Tech Forum" In Los Angeles ... read more / watch video »
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