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Black History Month is an Opportunity to Celebrate and Honor Diversity in Tech | Empowering a new generation of “hidden figures"

Black History Month is an opportunity to celebrate the countless contributions this community has made in the tech industry and the U.S. See how technology companies are highlighting their contributions and working to build a more diverse workforce.

Also, read TechNet's op-ed honoring NASA's Katherine Johnson, a heroic woman born in rural West Virginia who overcame segregation and whose mathematical genius paved the way for U.S. supremacy in space, science, and technology. As we remember Johnson’s extraordinary life, we as a nation should also commit ourselves to building on her legacy by empowering a new generation of “hidden figures” to lead us into the future.

What we're reading

NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson, celebrated in ‘Hidden Figures,’ dead at 101 | PBS
The power of seeing their art on Amazon's walls
| The Amazon Blog
Creating a world of good: Microsoft launches the Global Social Entrepreneurship program
| Microsoft
Public Media’s Civic Imperative
AT&T and University of Missouri Deliver 5G Course to Students
| AT&T

What we're watching

Microsoft + Snow Leopard Trust: Protecting A Threatened Species | Microsoft

TechNet in the news

Honor Katherine Johnson’s Legacy by Empowering a New Generation of ‘Hidden Figures’ | Morning Consult

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