#LATech4Good March News

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LATech4Good • March 25 2019
In this issue: Repurpose your Purpose in Tech, Digitization of LA's Black Newspaper The Liberator, HolaCode and Spring Networking

How to Change Careers: Tech for Impact! with Repurpose Your Purpose
This Thurs, March 28, 6:30-9pm, Phase 2, 5877 Rodeo Rd, LA
An in-depth discussion about what it's like to live your values and create a career that works for you while making a difference in the world.
► read more & rsvp today
The Liberator: Digitization Makes Historic Black Newspaper Available to the Public
The Liberator was an early 20th-century newspaper that chronicled the emerging Black population in Los Angeles under the leadership of Jefferson Lewis Edmonds. His descendants through the J.L. Edmonds Project, the Los Angeles Public Library, and the California Revealed project have partnered to make this influential publication widely available through digitization.
The exhibit The Liberator: Chronicling Black Los Angeles, 1900–1914 opened last week at the California African American Museum. What better way to see the exhibit than through a ► CAAM Curatorial Walkthrough on April 19!
Apply to HolaCode and/or Pass It On
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HolaCode is a 5-month software engineering program focused on integrating returned or deported migrants and refugees in Mexico. We first met HolaCode last fall and it was great to hear them mentioned on Marketplace last week!
► Applications to Cohort #4 are open now at holacode.com
Spring Networking Evening
Wed, April 10, 7-9pm, Everson Royce Bar, Arts District
Networking, beverages and spring weather! Connect and share notes with others in the tech+social impact space!
► RSVP here