Clark Atlanta University has joined Apple and Tennessee State University’s tech education initiative.

Disrupt Harlem Code Squad illustrates the power of culturally competent tech programs for underserved young adults.

Disrupt Harlem Code Squad—a free Harlem-based tech and entrepreneurship program—is aiming to diversify the tech industry by empowering opportunity youth through STEM education.

15-year-old Tomisin Ogunnubi is making waves in the tech industry with the creation of an app designed to find children who are lost.

Rapper YG recently donated $150,000 to GirlCodeLA.

Black Girls CODE teamed up with Kurnai for the creation of a technology innovation lab inside of Google’s New York office.

Prince helped to launch a technology initiative to teach coding to Black youths. An emotional Van Jones said Prince worked generously behind the scenes to uplift African-American youths.

NewsOne continues our weekly events calendar for Chicagoans looking to network with tech professionals or meet a legend in food franchising

NewsOne continues our weekly events calendar for Chicagoans looking to hone their entrepreneurial or coding skills.

Kimberly Bryant, Founder of Black Girls Code, joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” to talk about getting Black youth involved in technology and coding. Bryant’s organization provides pre-teen girls of color the opportunity to learn in-demand skills in technology and computer programming at a time when they are naturally thinking about what they want to be […]