CNET published an article on The Hip Hop Architecture Camp.
"Tech is far from the only industry with a diversity problem.
Take architecture. Just 4 percent of architects are black and only 0.3 percent are black women, according to the American Institute of Architects.
Autodesk, which makes computer aided design software (CAD) used in many industries including architecture, hopes to start changing that by sponsoring Hip Hop Architecture Camp. The traveling camp will more than double the number of cities to 17 it visits this spring and summer, in the second year of the program, Autodesk said Thursday.
Hip Hop Architecture Camp is linked to the Urban Arts Collective, an organization that exposes underrepresented communities to careers in science, technology, engineering, art and math. Architect Mike Ford co-founded the collective and created the camp."