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Aug. 29, 2018 12:48 pm

Calling all women of color in tech: The Melanin Collective is hosting a Twitter chat Sept. 5

Participants will discuss topics such as gender and racial equity gaps in the tech industry, common barriers for women of color in these fields and advice for women of color looking for tech jobs.

Kaitlyn Borysiewicz and Doris Quintanilla are cofounders of The Melanin Collective.

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Under the hashtag #WorkingWOC, The Melanin Collective is hosting another Twitter chat. September’s topic: women of color in tech careers.

The Melanin Collective, an organization that hosts entrepreneurial and empowerment workshops for women of color, has a monthly Twitter chat, where it discusses a specific topic from the views of working women of color.

On Sept. 5 at 4 p.m., the conversation will be joined by:

Participants in the chat will discuss topics such as gender and racial equity gaps in the tech industry, common barriers for women of color in these fields and advice for women of color looking for tech jobs.

Follow the #WorkingWOC hashtag on Twitter to join the conversation.

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