(BPRW) Center for Black Innovation presents BLACK TECH WEEK
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(Black PR Wire) It’s that time of year again. Sending you a quick invitation to BlackTech Week 21′. We are hosting BlackTech Week this year as a hybrid virtual and in-person event and we want you there!
This year we’ve got tracks like Buying + Selling Black, Afro-STEM, and much more.
But to trailblaze the future, we know the importance of looking back and learning from the legacies left by those before us. That’s why this year we’re kicking off BTW 21′ with a new addition–The Legacy of Black Wealth on July 26.
We’re bringing in great minds like A’lelia Bundles, author and the great, great, granddaughter of Madam C. J. Walker to discuss the Legacy of Black Wealth because we all know generational wealth isn’t built by accident.
Before our BTW 21′ kickoff you can jumpstart the discussion by exploring how to leave a lasting legacy for the next generation from this article here. Check out this link.
After checking out that article, check out this year’s lineup of speakers and events here.
Register today to join us for BlackTech Week 21′ powered by The Center for Black Innovation, where we will explore the top Black minds in technology, engineering, economics, entrepreneurship, and medicine.
This is your invitation to snag a ticket before we sell out this year.
BlackTech Week, takes place the week of July 26, 2021, through July 30th. Register today to experience five transformative days of online and in-person engagements from trailblazers whose work diversifies and globalizes technology, engineering, economics, entrepreneurship, and medicine.
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