CNN – Prince wasn’t just a renowned artist. He was also an advocate for a more inclusive tech community. It was this belief that inspired Prince’s friend Van Jones to start YesWeCode, a nonprofit in Oakland, which is at the forefront of a movement to get more young minorities involved in technology.
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