Police in Northern California are reportedly responding on Tuesday afternoon to a possible shooter at the headquarters of YouTube in
Photo courtesy of Timirah James Timirah James, a first-year college dropout, the pink-haired coding wizard from New Jersey got her
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Tech companies have been under fire for their lack of diversity for quite some time. Earlier this year, Apple enlisted
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Rapper Nas collaborated with SONY pictures for their highly anticipated film Ghostbusters. He spoke with rolling out about the collabo.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, civil rights icon and champion of human rights for all, has remained committed in his fight
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Jesse Jackson and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich discussed diversity at Wall Street Project Summit in New York.
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