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Growing Hope: Girls Who Code

Growing Hope: Girls Who Code

09/04/15 01:22PM

Frances Rivera travels to the AT&T offices to take a look inside the Girls Who Code program that encourages female computer scientists, leading up to the Growing Hope special she’ll host live next week on MSNBC. watch

Growing Hope in Oakland, CA

Growing Hope in Oakland, CA

09/04/15 02:45PM

Frances Rivera brings you the touching story of a multi-million dollar grant and how it uplifted a group of California students, leading up to next week’s Growing Hope special. watch

Hope Grows Through Mentorship in Oakland

06/03/15 05:24PM

On June 19th, msnbc, The Hidden Genius Project and #YesWeCode celebrated the power of mentorship through a special town hall and broadcast with local Oakland high school students. These young, aspiring entrepreneurs kicked off Summer of Innovation, a training program aimed at helping cultivate high-tech careers in Silicon Valley for high... read more

Growing Hope through Girls Inc.

Growing Hope through Girls Inc.

06/11/15 03:46PM

Girls Inc. is a nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold. The Cycle got a glimpse of the program’s success as part of msnbc’s Growing Hope series. watch

The winners and next gen. innovators of the #YesWeCode hackathon

03/12/15 12:59PM

On March 27th and 28th, we watched hope turn into action in Detroit, as msnbc, #YesWeCode, and Ford hosted a special Growing Hope hackathon event at the Ford STEAM Lab. Here, 100 students from five Detroit-area middle schools created a wide range of mobile application prototypes to help make learning easier, from catching up on missed course... read more

How Detroit built its own Tinseltown

How Detroit built its own Tinseltown

03/27/15 01:44PM

From superhero stories to political sagas, Detroit has become a popular site for film shoots. MSNBC’s Joy Reid speaks with Michigan Film Commissioner Jennell Leonard about the city’s resurgent film industry. watch

Detroit works to close gender gap in tech

Detroit works to close gender gap in tech

03/27/15 02:13PM

Marlin Page, founder of Sisters Code, speaks with Joy Reid about efforts to close the gender gap in coding and emerging technologies. Plus: Sisters Code graduate Sherri Crowe, “Yes We Code” founder Van Jones and the Detroit Free Press' Stephen Henderson j watch

The Four Tops sing Detroit’s praises

The Four Tops sing Detroit’s praises

03/27/15 02:24PM

The Four Tops join Joy Reid to discuss their vocal careers, Motown's golden era, and what the future may hold for Detroit's music industry. The Detroit Free Press' Stephen Henderson also joins the discussion. watch

Share your hope

05/05/14 03:06PM

Share your hope regarding an issue that matters to you. Become part of a vibrant new community of voices helping to shape the conversation and inspire change. read more

msnbc and Net Impact Turn Hope into Action

04/02/15 06:29PM

msnbc and Net Impact launched the msnbc Growing Hope Challenge in November of 2014 at the Net Impact annual Conference in Minneapolis, MN. The Challenge was inspired by msnbc's Growing Hope campaign, which allowed consumers to share their hopes for change around issues impacting their local communities. read more

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