1. Hank Williams: 'Tech is hard for even the most talented African-Americans'
from The Guardian
From Nov. 19:
"Market makers," wrote American entrepreneur and technologist Hank Williams shortly before he died, "are the folks that help new young companies and entrepreneurs by providing insight, mentoring, capital and relationships. "This part of the tech world is driven by all the same types of biases that exist in the non-tech world. And it is much harder for even the most talented African Americans in the tech world to gain access to influential, insightful, connected mentors, let alone investors."
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