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The Paycheck Protection Program Failed Minority Owned Businesses. Here’s What Some Experts Think Should Happen Next

Black Founders In Chicago Say COVID-19 Pandemic Highlights Tech’s Racial, Economic Disparities

The Pandemic Isn’t Stopping These Local Philly Leaders From Addressing Disparities In Tech and Business

How Community Leaders In Seattle Are Addressing The Digital Divide During the Pandemic

How Entrepreneurs in North Carolina Are Finding Success and Building Community During The Pandemic

How Ecosystem Leaders In St. Louis Are Adjusting and Adapting During the Pandemic

Amid The Pandemic, Community Leaders and Tech Employees Are Working Together To Address The Bay Area’s Digital Divide

For The Country’s Top Accelerators, New Inclusion Strategies Are On The Horizon

Protests, Layoffs, and a Pandemic: How Diversity and Inclusion Advocates Are Navigating Tech’s Future

Weathering COVID-19’s Impact on Their Operations, Black Women Tech Ecosystem Leaders Adapt and Adjust

Jewel Wicker is an Atlanta-based reporter who has written for publications such as Wall Street Journal Magazine, GQ, NPR and Atlanta magazine. She previously worked as a staff reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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