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One of our partner organizations, QueerTech, is hosting their second virtual hackathon PrideHacks 2021 on August 5-7, 2021!
In the modern world, which is dominated by technology, it’s difficult to not be drawn into buying a new gadget.
The small businesses that line our streets, employ our neighbors, provide the goods and services we rely on every day.
First Tech Fund (FTF) today announced the open application period for two free technology access programs open to high school students from Harlem to Hollis.
The first commercial dating platforms were launched in the 1990s as a virtual version of the ‘lonely hearts’ columns that regularly appeared in magazines.
By Jonathan Bowles A month before the pandemic hit New York, my colleagues and I at the Center for an Urban Future published a report urging city officials to make Continue Reading →
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