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Meet The 28 Atlanta Area College Students Using Technology & Innovation To Hack The Violence

On Saturday, we welcomed 28 of the Atlanta's top college students passionate about social change into our tribe of change makers with the Opening Day for Goodie College Innovation Lab #HackTheViolence, a program designed to turn college students into social impact tech startup founders. Their objective is to reduce violence 40{73d994cfe2ff8b0a610e87f383cee97a4b5b8ef0e12626b1a91565c29f75a33f} by the year 2020 using innovation. Paired ...

Meet The 10 Startups From Goodie Nation’s Social Impact Pre-Accelerator On Gentrification Economic Inclusion

It takes a village to raise a prototype. Demo Days are typically filled with excitement and anticipation. For Goodie Nation, a tribe of changemakers and entrepreneurs, the evening was filled with excitement, anticipation, and impact. Over the last six months, the tactics have taken many forms, but the goal has remained constant – #HACKGENTRIFICATION. On the …

Meet The 10 Startups From Goodie Nation's Social Impact Pre-Accelerator On Gentrification Economic Inclusion

It takes a village to raise a prototype. Demo Days are typically filled with excitement and anticipation. For Goodie Nation, a tribe of changemakers and entrepreneurs, the evening was filled with excitement, anticipation, and impact. Over the last six months, the tactics have taken many forms, but the goal has remained constant – #HACKGENTRIFICATION. On the …

Atlanta College Students Create Tech Ideas to Fight Eviction Caused By Gentrification

By Ashley Stewart With Contributions from Mark Taylor II Mission “How can you help 500,000 people facing eviction in gentrifying areas save money?” This is the capstone question that brought a talented group of co-eds from Atlanta Universities and Colleges into a room at Morehouse College’s Kilgore Student Center for “Goodie Ideation for College Students”. …

Talk of the Town: Atlanta Tackles Gentrification

Contributed by: Ebony Hillsman, Mark Taylor II   Some would say Atlanta is bleeding and rumored to have the largest economic disparity in the nation. The cause? Rumor is: lack of diversity and inclusion in business development and access to resources. So we gathered a few friends, innocent bystanders and key players in the game …