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diversity in tech programs

Three black women in tech gathered around a conference room with their laptops.
2016 Year in Review by Terri Burns on December 14th, 2016
Here are some shout outs to the many impressive black women that did fantastic work in tech in 2016.
Aerial image of the Facebook campus: shaped in a triangle, featuring large compounds and huge parking lots.
2016 Year in Review by Datrianna Meeks on December 13th, 2016
Tech product decisions result in the constant alienation of diverse users.
Screenshot from Snapshot game: shows a room in pixelated graphics with skull and heart posters on the wall, a computer desk, several bookshelves, a rug, and bed with pillows.
Issue 42 by The Editor & Alayna Cole on October 18th, 2016
"Opportunities for queer representation are improving, but there are certainly still gaps that need to be filled."
Founders of WOC in Tech Chat, working together on a laptop.
Issue 42 by Carol Benovic on October 17th, 2016
Support their initiatives, spread the word, and create positive change for someone, too.
A unicorn drawn on the lid of a laptop next to the Apple logo.
Issue 41 by Anonymous Author on September 7th, 2016
Wage gaps and hiring discrimination persist despite the fact that most large corporations have affirmative action and equal opportunity policies.
Large sculptures of dandelions beneath a bridge, surreal in a fading light.
Issue 41 by Emily Cobbs on September 6th, 2016
I still can’t see myself in role models or dream jobs.
Two women of color pair program at a standing desk in an office environment.
Issue 40 by Tiffany Mikell on August 17th, 2016
A growing number of tech educational programs don’t center our lived experiences or the things that motivate us as learners.
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Issue 37 by Ehi Aimiuwu-Jinadu on May 23rd, 2016
The kids are screaming, and I show it in my videos while I’m recording. Who has time to reshoot? This is life.
Rows and rows of empty chairs.
Issue 36 by Heather O’Neill on April 27th, 2016
Attempts to get -- and keep -- more women in tech put the onus solely on women themselves… at tremendous time and cost.
Hands on a keyboard.
Issue 36 by Alexis Hancock on April 25th, 2016
The overwhelming focus on imposter syndrome doesn’t provide a space to process the power dynamics affecting you; you get gaslighted into thinking it’s *you* causing all the problems.