Tech-NOIR-logy: Finding His Way and Building An Ecosystem of Diverse Tech Talent

They have had people who want a more stable career with a more stable income join the ranks. “We’ve had former police officers, waitresses, and people from other less stable careers.”  Broadus says that Level Up In Tech is creating a ‘Pipeline or Ecosystem of Tech talent.’ 

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Charlottesville Racial Justice Activists Celebrate Confederate Statue Removals 

Charlottesville Racial Justice Activists Celebrate Confederate Statue Removals 

Contributed by Charlottesville Anti-Racist Media Liaisons | Photos by Locs Image (Charlottesville, Va.) — Take ’Em Down Cville, a coalition of racial justice activists who have fought for the removal of Charlottesville’s Confederate monuments, issued the following statement in response to the City of Charlottesville’s announcement of the Saturday, July 10th removal of the Robert E. Lee and...

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Tech-NOIR-logy: Finding His Way and Building An Ecosystem of Diverse Tech Talent

Tech-NOIR-logy: Finding His Way and Building An Ecosystem of Diverse Tech Talent

by Sarad Davenport | Photos contributed by Broadus Palmer Just outside of Charlottesville is Fluvanna County and nestled inside of it is the rural area of Palmyra. This is where Level Up In Tech founder, Broadus Palmer is from.  “Believe it or not, Fluvanna has some of the same issues that Charlottesville has—it’s just in a more rural location,” said Broadus. He spoke of the issues of substance...

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Summer basketball league returns to Tonsler Park

Summer basketball league returns to Tonsler Park

Contributed by PATTY MEDINA @ChattyPattyDC pmedina@cvilletomorrow.org | CIM Project This story originally ran in Charlottesville Tomorrow Sunday afternoon, Charlottesville residents young and old took to the sidelines as 10 teams battled it out on the Tonsler Park basketball court. Those Sunday games have been a Charlottesville summer staple for eleven years, since Damien Banks founded the Banks...

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