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African Outsourcing for Social Change: Coders4Africa
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When: 9/4/2013
7:00 PM

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VISION: To create and support a Pan-African community of competent, internationally certified IT professionals focused on developing the IT tools for African Agriculture, Business, Education, Health Care, Government and general Social needs.

A few questions we'll answer together:
•Can people work together?
•What happens when black people work together?
•What prevents black people from working together?
•Why collaborate with Africans?  What opportunities are we missing?

Also, learn how is stepping up to realize this vision.


Russell H. Johnson III grew up on a small farm in Pennsylvania. He received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Pratt Institute, a MSE in Computer Engineering from Princeton University, and a MA in Communications Management from USC. He has worked at Raytheon Data Systems (on their first personal computer), AT&T Bell Laboratories in the research of the human factors in plasma displays, project manager for a digital voice compression multiplexer using Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation DSPs, and the design and test of analog integrated circuits. He is currently a consultant and is suing Lucent-Alcatel for $5 Million+ in damages, using the 1866 Civil Rights Act, which gave freed slaves (and their descendants) the same rights as whites in contracts.

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