Microsoft community skills program black-led nonprofits

Future Readiness: This $15M Microsoft Training Program Aims to Accelerate Digital Skills in Minority Communities

by | Sep 25, 2020
The Sept. 30 deadline looms for the Microsoft community skills grant that's open to Black-led nonprofits. Up to 50 organizations will receive up to $100,000 over three years for training purposes.
Now Streaming: Dallas-Based AfroLandTV is the New ‘Netflix for the Global Pan African Diaspora’
by | Jun 25, 2020
The newly launched streaming platform is the first to showcase original TV shows and movies that are African, African American, Black European, Caribbean, and Afro-Latino on a global scale.
‘It’s Not Complicated, It’s Tutoring’: Dallas Startup Takes a Holistic Approach to Education
by | Oct 9, 2019
Minority-owned INC Tutoring has found success in its holistic, prescriptive approach to education. The results? Students—mostly students of color—have earned 95 percent As and Bs in more than 48 subjects.
STEM education
National Math and Science Initiative CEO Talks Spreading STEM Education & What’s Inspired Him Along the Way
by | Jul 16, 2018
Bernard Harris Jr. was the first African-American to walk in space, and now he's leading the Dallas-based National Math and Science Initiative to help encourage young people through its STEM curriculum.

3 Things We’re Reading: Big Data Finds its Beat in UTA Class

by | May 4, 2016
How rap and African-African literature correlate is the subject of a class at UTA.