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BET Experience 2016
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Dr. Kyla McMullen, Ph. D created "Sexy Black Female Scientists" to give the field a diverse makeover and show the world that "we do exist."
Kyla McMullen, 29, was the first African-American woman to receive a computer science Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.
We've rounded up a list of programs, fellowships, scholarships and accelerators that provide talented tech individuals from minority groups with excellent resources and opportunities.
Jesse Jackson renewed his call Wednesday for the technology industry to make workforce diversity as high a priority as product innovation.
Kat Calvin and Amanda Spann, the duo behind Blerdology, talk to BET.com about technology, geekiness and encouraging African-Americans to embrace their inner nerd.
Kenya will be the first African country to receive an investment from American semiconductor giant Intel.
Kaya Thomas developed We Read Too to help users quickly find a wider range of books.
Kimberly Bryant, founder of Black Girls Code, hopes to change the face of technology with her nonprofit organization.
The award follows announcement of Intel’s new diversity initiative.
In 2010 Blacks, Latinos and low-income households were less likely to have broadband internet at home than whites and Asians, the Department of Commerce reports.