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How to Harness Minority Tech Talent

Recent technological advances have changed the way we live. Across the world, millions of people are harnessing the power of technology to better not only their lives but those in their surrounding communities. Increased connectivity has resulted in greater access to information, and the ability of individuals and communities to use the power of technology to bring about greater economic empowerment.
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