Posted September 15, 2014 by Editorial Staff in Science + Technology
 
 

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Top Diverse in Tech To Be Recognized in 40 Under 40 – Silicon Valley
40 under 40(March 26, 2015) Nominations are now being accepted for the inaugural 40 Under 40: Tech Diversity – Silicon Valley, organized by theREGISTRY Bay Area and Digital Diversity Network. “40 Under 40: Tech Diversity” is a regional recognition of the outstanding achievements of 40 leaders from underrepresented communities of color, who are standouts in their field of technology as engineers, technologists, diversity & inclusion officers, executives, entrepreneurs or VC’s. – More at theREGISTRY Bay Area
OAKLAND’S TECHNOLOGY RENAISSANCE produced by Jan Mabry and sponsored by theREGISTRYBayArea.com (13:25) – The Bronze Report
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Wayne Sutton — How do you Get More Minorities Involved in Tech? – SXSW 2015 (6:05) Pinterest’s seventh employee on being black in Silicon Valley – USA Today (3:24)
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Ken Coleman, Special Advisor to venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz talks on diversity in the technology field – USA Today (4:45) Magic Johnson’s Tech diversity solution–call him – USA Today (2:41)
Jesse Jackson in Silicon Valley produced by Jan Mabry and sponsored by theREGISTRYBayArea.com – The Bronze Report (9:35) Blacks in Technology produced by Jan Mabry and sponsored by theREGISTRYBayArea.com – The Bronze Report (25:08)
Changing the Face of Technology, produced for the Rainbow PUSH Coalition – Carol H. Williams Advertising (4:16) The Leaky Pipeline – The Kapor Center for Social Impact is particularly interested in “gap-closing” endeavors. The “gap” to which we refer covers a wide range of American life. (1:33)
Oakland Digital ODALC and Executive Director Shaun Tai – KPIX 5 / CBS San Francisco / Bay Sunday (5:43) Envisioning a Vibrant and Inclusive Tech Ecosystem by Ashara Ekundayo @ Vator Splash 2014 (1:23:09)
Level the Coding Field Hackathon sponsored by Silicon Valley Bank with the Level Playing Field Institute, Kapor Center for Social Justice, Net Nanny and AT&T (3:59)

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