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“Race to the Future? Reimagining the Default Settings of Technology and Society” with Ruha Benjamin | Video Playback

From everyday apps to complex algorithms, technology has the potential to hide, speed, and deepen discrimination, while appearing neutral and even benevolent when compared to …

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“Tech Culture Interrupted” with Lucy Sanders | Video Playback

As the old adage goes, those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. In this session, join NCWIT CEO and Co-founder …

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“Change Leadership: A Call for Courageous Action” with Dr. Jane Goodall | Video Playback

[Video] It’s been an amazing journey. This life of mine. This planet has filled me with the wonder of all living things, great and small. …

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“My Work is My Protest” with Dr. Nicki Washington | Video Playback

Numerous events of 2020 have placed a national spotlight on the inequities and inequalities that are present in K-16 education and society at large. In …

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Women in Tech: The Facts (2016 Update)

One of NCWIT’s most popular reports has been updated for 2016. See what’s changed and what hasn’t. Women in Tech: The Facts brings together the …

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Top 10 Ways to be an Effective Sponsor

Sponsors can make a world of difference in anyone’s career, but research shows that they can be especially important for female or other employees who …

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Top 10 Ways to Identify and Cultivate a Relationship with Potential Sponsors

Research shows that having a sponsor increases both career satisfaction and retention; sponsorship is especially important for employees when they are a minority in a …

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NCWIT Tips: 11 Ways to Design More Inclusive Academic Websites

Your computing department’s website is an important source of information for current and prospective students. These tips will help you create a website that welcomes …

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NCWIT Engagement Practices Framework (Poster)

The NCWIT Engagement Practices Framework is a set of three evidence-based principles for engaging and retaining ALL students: Make It Matter, Grow Inclusive Student Community, and Build …

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Male Allies and Advocates:* Helping Create Inclusive & Highly Productive Technology Workplaces

The NCWIT Male Allies and Advocates Toolkit is intended to support workplace efforts to engage male allies and advocates in diversity and inclusion initiatives. These …

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