Antiracist Technology in the US
How can communities of color use technology to advance racial equity and access economic opportunity, health, and safety?
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Get Media L.I.T.
We use diverse superheroes and comic books for antiracism and social emotional learning in schools.
By Tony Weaver Jr.
A "Yelp-like" review and rating platform for Black and brown parents to leave doctor and hospital reviews.
By Kimberly Seals Allers
We provide free access to credit and capital for community members released from prison to unlock housing, employment and affordable rates.
By Briane Cornish
EXHALE is the first emotional well-being app designed specifically for BIWOC, by BIWOC.
By Katara McCarty
A cloud based platform where BIPoC-led organizations discover data, share analysis, gain funding and team up to tackle racial equity issues.
By Meme Styles
JusticeText improves criminal justice outcomes for indigent Americans by expediting the review of body camera footage, jail calls, and more.
By Devshi Mehrotra
Thrive! Equity Audits
Our software identifies systemic racism in local government budgets to move money and power where they belong to break cycles of poverty.
By Omolara Fatiregun
A blockchain-based grassroots news network training citizens to bring "various angles" of verifiable coverage to underrepresented areas.
By Blake Stoner
We are the Amazon of homeownership incentives, and a community hub for Black potential homeowners who feel excluded from the market.
By Kwasi Frye
Break the Box
Break the Box is an Opportunity zone fund for Young Minorty professionals that provides an easement in Homeownership and wealth creation
By Kobla Tetey
STEM Skool, Inc.
Engaging and culturally-relevant K-12th grade programs designed to increase achievement and diversity in STEM.
By GeAndra Imoudu
FreeCap is an Environmental, Social, and Governance data provider that empowers people to invest alongside their social justice values.
By Tanay Tatum-Edwards
TOYZSTEAM Learn Today Earn Tomorrow
An interactive game using advanced manufacturing and rap to get students to create, sell, and tell stories of themselves as STEM superheroes
By Mr. Damola Idowu
The CivicLab's TIF Illumination Project
The TIF Illumination Project uses data, reporting, and civic engagement to help people track and judge their local government priorities.
By Mr. Tom Tresser
Build in Tulsa
Commemorating the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, a movement to build multi-generational wealth in Tulsa and across America
By Mr. Randolph Wiggins
The Firehouse Dream
Creative Mentorship Led by BIPOC Creatives
By Jasmine Lopez
Building on 30 years of experience in out-of-school learning + youth development we will create an app-based content + community platform
By Lori-Ann Cox
The Citizen Science Lab (TCSL)
Providing innovative and interactive science education and activities to underrepresented youth to create a more diverse STEM workforce.
By Nikki Feagin
An inclusive apprenticeship hub to nurture, empower and equip minority talent with data science and entrepreneurial leadership skills
By Dr. Taiwo Togun
One Brick, One Coin: Using Micro-Investments to Finance Stronger Communities.
By Anuroop Kumar
IALAS 2-GEN STEAM Incubator Initiative
I3 prepares families to benefit from and participate in the digital revolution by advancing STEAM(science, technology, entrepreneurship, art
By Ashley McMichael
We are a social media platform bringing solutions to the social ills affecting minority communities using Camera & Media Technology.
By Duane Greene
Anti-bias ML for computer vision
Detect bias in computer vision solutions for people, such as bias against people of color, disabled people, women, and LGBTQIA+ people.
By Mr. Zhiyang Ong
Better Netizen: Using GCN Networks
Implementing a new GCN model can help censor hater racists and provide a clean and friendly Internet world to all users.
By Catherine Jin