Greenprint has compiled a list of organizations that are committed to supporting Black business owners, founders, and tech workers.
Resources for Engaging Black-Owned Startups and Talent
Afrotech.com: articles, videos and resources to support Black tech workers.
Kapor Capital: an Oakland based fund that champions a diverse team and investment in underrepresented entrepreneurs.
NewME Accelerator: An early-stage accelerator and week-long bootcamp for founders from underrepresented demographics.
Hello Alice: Hello Alice is a free platform that helps businesses launch and grow, with communities in all 50 states. Their site includes a list of resources for Black entrepreneurs and ways to support Black owned businesses.
Digitalundivided: supports Black and Latinx women entrepreneurs with incubator initiatives designed to empower women.
Black Girls Code: Through workshops and classes, Black Girls Code provides preteen and teenage girls of color with exposure to coding, computer science, and technology.
UrbanGeekz: a digital news platform that reports on technology, business, science and startups with a focus on people of color; it also offers events and newsletters to keep followers up to date.
Backstage Capital: Backstage invests in women, people of color, and LGBT+ founders and supports them on their journey to success.
Startup Runway: Startup Runway is a competition for underrepresented founders that awards grants to promising companies from top VCs.
AngelList’s Black-Owned Startup List: A list of Black-owned startups across the US.
The Plug: a media platform that curates the top tech news for and about Black founders and innovators.
Black Tech Nation: Based in Pittsburgh, the Black Tech Nation is dedicated to growing a Black tech ecosystem of professionals and enthusiasts alike.
Zebras Unite: Zebras Unite is an inclusive and ethical movement to develop alternative business models that challenge the startup status quo.
Black Founders: Black Founders aims to increase the number of successful Black entrepreneurs in technology.
BLCK VC: a focused community for Black venture investors that aims to double the number of Black VCs by 2024.
The Black Founder List: A comprehensive list of US-based venture-backed Black founders.
POCIT: People of Color in Tech (POCIT) is an online publication and newsletter for the latest in PoC tech news.
UC Berkeley Haas Undergraduate Black Business Association
Stanford Black Business Student Association
HBS African-American Alumni Association