Technology

Reopened Frederick Douglass Community Center Gives Technology Boost to D.C. Neighborhood

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Be Seen Challenge Information 2017

Dec 26th, 2016 | By
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If…. You are already an expert in your field and you are ready to be seen on a bigger playing field so that you can make more of a difference. You’re tired of trying to figure out your messaging and how to be seen in a way that your ideal client knows how to hire
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Events D.C. Board approves agreement for Apple store at Carnegie Library

Dec 19th, 2016 | By
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Events D.C.’s Board of Directors voted unanimously Thursday to enter into a nonbinding letter of intent with tech giant Apple Inc. to open a global flagship store at the historic Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square. The District’s convention and sports authority had been in discussions with Apple for several months. Apple originally contacted Events
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Mayor’s office gives D.C. tech community a failing grade on minority business ownership

Dec 7th, 2016 | By

A report released Wednesday by the District government drew attention to stark racial and gender inequalities ownership of technology companies in the city, while praising other aspects of D.C.’s tech scene. Based on interviews, surveys, and data analysis carried out with the help of Howard University MBA students, the report scored aspects of D.C.’s technology community’s “inclusiveness” based
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How Airbnb’s new policies could actually hurt hosts of color

Nov 23rd, 2016 | By
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After months of user complaints alleging discrimination and even a class-action lawsuit, Airbnb’s updated terms of service went into effect this month in an effort to stamp out racism on its platform. But in a strange twist of events, while these new protections benefit guests, some say they might actually hurt hosts of color, especially
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