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Prop 16: What You Need to Know

Election Day is just around the corner. While the presidential race is drawing the most attention, ballot measures and candidates in local and state races have the potential to drastically reshape our communities, amidst and after the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why we’ve launched this blog series, to break down the… Read More

Racial Equity on the Ballot – Recording

This November, racial equity is on the ballot in California. While all three of these measures were introduced before the Movement for Black Lives took to the streets this year, the racial reckoning that we’re facing is making these propositions all the more urgent—and important for the future of equity… Read More

Community Spotlight: Katie Pantell

Tech workers from across the Bay Area have joined TechEquity’s network and are giving their time, skills, and financial support to make their communities more equitable. We’re proud of our growing community full of smart, passionate, engaged citizens and we want to show them off! Meet Katie Katie is a… Read More

Developing Talent: Berkeley’s Workforce Post-COVID – Recording

COVID-19 has revealed long-standing systemic flaws in our economic systems. The uprisings over racial equity across the country compound these flaws, throwing the systemic inequities embedded in our workforce into stark relief. Companies, schools, and workers are adapting to balance new conditions brought on by these twin pandemics and are… Read More

Prop 15: What You Need to Know

Election Day is just around the corner. While the presidential race is drawing the most attention, ballot measures and candidates in local and state races have the potential to drastically reshape our communities, amidst and after the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why we’ve launched this blog series, to break down the… Read More

What Can Tech Do to be Anti-Racist? – Recording

The Movement for Black Lives has rallied people together across the country and generated a wave of support from the tech sector. More companies than ever are taking a public stand on racial equity and systemic change. However, very few companies have shared commitments, beyond donating to civil rights organizations,… Read More

Here’s What Passed—And Failed—in the CA Legislature in 2020

On Monday at midnight, the California Legislature adjourned for the year, sealing the fate of the bills proposed to address the pandemic, recession, skyrocketed unemployment, looming evictions, and our housing crisis. Many felt, though, that the Legislature didn’t accomplish what they needed to in order to fully respond to the… Read More

Black & Unhoused: A Panel Discussion – Recording

There is no more vivid reflection of our inequality crisis than the thousands of people forced to live on the streets in California and across the country. More cutting still is the fact that 40% of unhoused people in the U.S. are Black, despite only representing 13% of the general… Read More

Developing Talent: Berkeley’s Workforce Post-COVID

COVID-19 has revealed long-standing systemic flaws in our economic systems. The uprisings over racial equity across the country compound these flaws, throwing the systemic inequities embedded in our workforce into stark relief. Companies, schools, and workers are adapting to balance new conditions brought on by these twin pandemics and are… Read More

Intro to TechEquity Webinar

Join us in an introduction to TechEquity: what our mission is, how we work, and what you can do to help address the Bay’s affordability crisis. We’ll give a 101 on how we got into the affordability crisis we’re in and what’s happening in the housing + workforce worlds to… Read More