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Silicon Valley Boot Camp Aims To Boost Diversity

By a recent estimate, 1 percent of America's technology entrepreneurs are black. And only 8 percent of tech companies are founded by women. A new boot camp aims to give these entrepreneurs pointers so they can get their startups off the ground.
Charmaine Bentley
Charmaine Bentley • 2 years ago

"This isn't about being bigots, this isn't about who's mean-spirited and who's enlightened," she says. "This is about how our brains are wired." Klein says it's human nature: People tend to help people who look like them and who come from similar backgrounds. It's largely subconscious. - www.npr.org/...

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