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  Facebook‘s decisions are causing significant setbacks for civil rights, according to a new report. An audit commissioned by Facebook has concluded that the company’s decisions are causing significant setbacks for civil rights. The audit has claimed that the social networking giant has left many activists “disheartened, frustrated and angry” by some of their “vexing…

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Internet domain registrar GoDaddy recently launched an initiative to support small businesses forced to close their physical spaces because of COVID-19. Called #OpenWeStand, the collaboration also involves Silicon Valley heavyweights PayPal, GoFundMe and Salesforce — which have been thriving despite the coronavirus, reaping profits from helping their customers focus on digitization. #OpenWeStand.org provides tools, widgets,…

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HARARE, Zimbabwe—Quickfresh co-founder Rumbidzai Mbambo makes daily runs supplying fresh produce to her growing list of clientele. Today is no different. Before winding up the last of her scheduled deliveries and returning to the warehouse in Waterfalls, the 27-year-old Mbambo sets course for Glen View, a high-density suburb in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe…

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Some churches are still holding services during this time of the pandemic, exposing parishioners to unnecessary danger. How can churches adapt safely during this time of COVID-19? Christina Steed talks with church technology expert and #InspiredMobility spokesperson Jason Caston, author of The iChurch Method, as he shares tips on incorporating technology into the church experience…

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Twitter is testing a new feature to give users more freedom. The social media platform has announced “fleets” — similar to vanishing posts on sites like Instagram and Snapchat — to allow people to post thoughts they may not want to share in a more “permanent and performative” way. In a series of tweets, Twitter’s…

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Serena Williams has announced her entry into the tech space. The tennis champion recently teamed up with Bumble and Alice founders Elizabeth Gore and Carolyn Rodz to help shape the future of small business. Bumble and Williams’ company, Serena Ventures, will join SVB Financial Group, Silicon Valley Bank’s holding company, as lead, as well as Cathie Reid, Jean Case, Phyllis…

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Several of the leading women in Dallas were honored at rolling out‘s 2019 Sisters with Superpowers event. Held Thursday, Sept. 19, at The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, a historic Black-owned theater in the heart of downtown Dallas and curated by Curtis King, Sisters with Superpowers was coordinated by Cheryl Polote-Williams of Soul Reborn and…

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Hip-hop, business and technology will collide at the third annual Rolling Out Innovation Digital Entertainment Conference. Held at the Loudermilk Center in Atlanta on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6-7, 2019, the RIDE Conference will feature leading business, entertainment and tech influencers who will share their knowledge and expertise with attendees. “RIDE Con grants young executives,…

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Candi Castleberry-Singleton understands the power of building strategies, relationships, and diversity. As the vice president of diversity partnership strategy and engagement at Twitter, Castleberry-Singleton is a leading executive in the tech industry. Before joining Twitter, Castleberry-Singleton worked as director of global inclusion and diversity at Sun Microsystems and led diversity at Motorola and Walgreens. Castleberry-Singleton…

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Suliman Chillis, community marketing lead for Flatiron School Atlanta, is opening doors to the tech world for members of the community. Statistics have shown that women make up a small percentage of employment in the tech industry. Chillis would like to help change that. Flatiron School’s mission is to empower people to change things and…

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