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This year, AfroTech is partnering with both community-based organizations and minority-owned businesses, including 100 Black Men of the Bay Area, Coding Dojo, Superheroic, the Oakland African-American Chamber of Commerce, Bay Area Black Market, Kapor Center, Oakland Codes, The Hidden Genius