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Facebook names Amex CEO Kenneth Chenault to its board, making him its first black member | Quartz Facebook is making good on its promise that it would add an African-American member to its board of directors. CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Kenneth Chenault, the retiring head of American Express, will be joining the board, which currently does not include any people of color, and only two women among its eight members.">Facebook names Amex CEO Kenneth Chenault to its board, making him its first black member | Quartz Facebook is making good on its promise that it would add an African-American member to its board of directors. CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Kenneth Chenault, the retiring head of American Express, will be joining the board, which currently does not include any people of color, and only two women among its eight members.

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Facebook is making good on its promise that it would add an African-American member to its board of directors. CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Kenneth Chenault, the retiring head of American Express, will be joining the board, which currently does not include any people of color, and only two women among its eight members.
Facebook names Amex CEO Kenneth Chenault to its board, making him its first black member | Quartz Facebook is making good on its promise that it would add an African-American member to its board of directors. CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Kenneth Chenault, the retiring head of American Express, will be joining the board, which currently does not include any people of color, and only two women among its eight members." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Black and Latino representation in Silicon Valley has declined, study shows | The Guardian New study exposes persistent racial prejudice in tech, suggesting people of color are widely marginalized and denied career opportunities.">Black and Latino representation in Silicon Valley has declined, study shows | The Guardian New study exposes persistent racial prejudice in tech, suggesting people of color are widely marginalized and denied career opportunities.

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New study exposes persistent racial prejudice in tech, suggesting people of color are widely marginalized and denied career opportunities.
Black and Latino representation in Silicon Valley has declined, study shows | The Guardian New study exposes persistent racial prejudice in tech, suggesting people of color are widely marginalized and denied career opportunities." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

200,000 People Downloaded Her App Within Two Weeks, and Forbes Magazine is Calling Her “The Next Steve Jobs” | Business Women Even more, Forbes has named her "The Next Steve Jobs".">200,000 People Downloaded Her App Within Two Weeks, and Forbes Magazine is Calling Her “The Next Steve Jobs” | Business Women Even more, Forbes has named her "The Next Steve Jobs".

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Even more, Forbes has named her "The Next Steve Jobs".
200,000 People Downloaded Her App Within Two Weeks, and Forbes Magazine is Calling Her “The Next Steve Jobs” | Business Women Even more, Forbes has named her "The Next Steve Jobs"." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

These Black Women Hope to Build Diversity Within Austin’s Architect Community | KUT 90.5 When you think of architecture, you probably think about the style and functionality of a building. You may not always think about the people who drew up the plans. But their perspectives can help shape the way our cities look. In Austin, African-American women are hoping to diversify the field of architecture.">These Black Women Hope to Build Diversity Within Austin’s Architect Community | KUT 90.5 When you think of architecture, you probably think about the style and functionality of a building. You may not always think about the people who drew up the plans. But their perspectives can help shape the way our cities look. In Austin, African-American women are hoping to diversify the field of architecture.

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When you think of architecture, you probably think about the style and functionality of a building. You may not always think about the people who drew up the plans. But their perspectives can help shape the way our cities look. In Austin, African-American women are hoping to diversify the field of architecture.
These Black Women Hope to Build Diversity Within Austin’s Architect Community | KUT 90.5 When you think of architecture, you probably think about the style and functionality of a building. You may not always think about the people who drew up the plans. But their perspectives can help shape the way our cities look. In Austin, African-American women are hoping to diversify the field of architecture." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

9 Black-Owned Companies Launched In 2016 to Address Racism, Keep Money in the Black Community – Atlanta Black Star

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Tanasia Kenney | Atlanta Black Star Innclusive: A Unique Lodging Service for the Black Traveler Formerly known as Noirebnb, Innclusive launched this year after several incidents of racial discrimination against Black travelers looking to book lodging on website Airbnb. The Black start-up’s mission is to make journeyers feel safe, warm and welcome by providing lodging to people of all racial […]
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