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Van Jones

“#YesWeCode: Race, Gender & The Digital Divide” with Van Jones | Video Playback

CNN Host and Dream Corps Founder Van Jones created #YesWeCode to find real solutions. Housed at Dream Corps Unlimited, #YesWeCode is working to help 100,000 …

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Cathy O'Neil

“Bad Algorithms & The Ethical Matrix” with Cathy O’Neil | Video Playback

Algorithms can embed bias, they can propagate or even exacerbate inequality, or they can just be plain inaccurate. How do we keep track of all …

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The Color of Our Future Conversation Five: Keynote by Dwana Franklin-Davis

The Color of Our Future conversation series examines important questions related to broadening the participation of black women and girls in computing. This series explores …

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The Color of Our Future Conversation Four: Latinas Among the Stars

The Color of Our Future conversation series examines important questions related to broadening the participation of black women and girls in computing. This series explores …

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The Color of Our Future Conversation Three: Black Women in the Technology Workforce

The Color of Our Future conversation series examines important questions related to broadening the participation of black women and girls in computing. This series explores …

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The Color of Our Future Conversation Two: Black Women in Postsecondary Computing Education

The Color of Our Future conversation series examines important questions related to broadening the participation of black women and girls in computing. This series explores …

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2015 NCWIT Summit — “Advocacy” Empower Hour

2015 NCWIT Summit — “Advocacy” Empower Hour

Learn strategies to effectively raise awareness about issues related to women in computing, and build a constituency committed to working toward change.

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2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Rachael King

2014 NCWIT Summit – Workshop Slides by Rachael King

Slides from Rachael King’s workshop, “Why You Should Never Raffle Off an iPad… (Unless You’re Apple).”

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NCWIT 2011 Summit - Workshop Slides

NCWIT 2011 Summit – Workshop Slides, Technical Women and the Great Debate: Change the System or Change the Woman?

Moderator Vivek Wadhwa hosts panelists Helen Peterson, Joanne Wilson, and Sara Chipps.

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Computer Science Is for Everyone (PowerPoint)

This customizable PowerPoint presentation is an excellent resource for schools who wish to educate their community about computer science, to teach about the importance of …

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"Fostering a Culture of Respect

“Fostering a Culture of Respect, Inclusion, and Engagement” by Paul L. Marciano | Presentation Slides

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2018 NCWIT Summit - “Strengthening 2- to 4-Year Transfer Pathways: Implications for Broadening Participation” Workshop by John Fink

2018 NCWIT Summit – “Strengthening 2- to 4-Year Transfer Pathways: Implications for Broadening Participation” Workshop by John Fink

Millions of students start at community colleges each year, most of whom hope to transfer and earn a bachelor’s degree, yet less than 15% are …

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