02.01.19 — 02.28.19 | Black History Month

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Where are they now — who remembers BDPA’s young coder and 2009 High School Coding Competition (HSCC) alumna from South Carolina who won a full Naval ROTC Scholarship to Duke University directly from the Acting Secretary of the Navy almost 10 years ago? (Hint: #BDPACON19 | See her story now on Popular Technology TV)


WASHINGTONBDPA Members and bdpatoday staffers have compiled thousands of photos, videos, vignettes, with community-based tech and media campaigns over the past 40 years.

Great Moments with BDPA — Slideshow of iconic posters and historic BDPA events with special “Hidden Figures” and new reveals.

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bdpatoday | December 2018

As 2018 closed out National BDPA’s 43rd year, the following reference links are provided to share part of their larger story.  A special photo edition of bdpatoday is available from the December 2018 edition highlighting a few notable success stories from 2018.


Author: bdpatoday

BDPA, formerly known as Black Data Processing Associates, was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania over 40 years ago in 1975 to promote professional growth and technical development in underserved communities for those in or entering information and communications technology (ICT) oriented fields of interest and related industries. bdpatoday (ISSN 1946-1429) is a monthly serial periodical published in Washington, D.C. by participating local BDPA Chapters of National BDPA (NBDPA) within their respective media markets by local chapter Communications Committees. bdpatoday is emailed to BDPA members, BDPA corporate sponsors, or electronically delivered to BDPA Chapters and Chapter Interest Groups (CIGs) via social media as a benefit of membership. Popular Technology TV (PTTV) features the latest TECH-Inclusion innovations and multimedia STEM programming content produced for video streams and television programs by Industry with bdpatoday and National BDPA's Washington, D.C. Chapter for general audiences.

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