Welcome, family and friends, you have been cordially invited to my book release and free book giveaway event, for my book The Revolution Will Be Downloaded! A Manifesto : How to Fight a Peaceful Revolution with Tools from the Tech revolution.
This Manifesto teaches ways to use social media to fight for progressive change, by using certain social media platforms to educate your peers, unite with like-minded people and to support progressive politicians, activists and grassroots organizations.
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It’s a quick read, but very informative, hope you enjoy! ☺
BY:LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
Jordan Kunzika, a 21 year old black web developer, decided to do what many people would think is unthinkable and that’s turn down a great paying job from two of the largest tech giants in the world, Microsoft and Google.
According to Black Business, Kunzika is a Google Generation Scholar whose internships at Microsoft and Intel caught the eye of the Silicon Valley execs. By the time Microsoft and Google came calling, Kunzika already had other plans, so he turned them down.
Instead, Kunzika decided to take his future and the future of black business into his own hands and he, alongside two friends Brian and Justin Gerrard, decided to create their own starup business, that business is called “BAE”, it’s a dating app, that focuses on black singles within the United States, Africa and the Caribbean . In less than a year, it already has over two hundred thousand downloads.
Kunzika states: that Bae is different from other dating apps because of this proprietary algorithm that provides quality dating matches.
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Sarah Breedlove (December 23, 1867 – May 25, 1919), known as Madam C. J. Walker, was an African American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a political and social activist.
Eulogized as the first female self-made millionaire in America,] she became one of the wealthiest African American women in the country. Walker made her fortune by developing and marketing a line of beauty and hair products for black women through Madame C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company, the successful business she founded. Walker was also known for her philanthropy and activism. She made financial donations to numerous organizations and became a patron of the arts. Villa Lewaro, Walker’s lavish estate in Irvington-on-Hudson, New York, served as a social gathering place for the African American community. The Madame Walker Theatre Center opened in Indianapolis in 1927 to continue her legacy. Both of these properties are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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