The Kai Dupe Show

The Kai Dupe Show


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Kai Dupé is a personal development coach to African American males. He is an advocate for the success and development of Black men.

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This week Kai talks with Keith C. Holmes author of Black Inventors: Crafting Over 200 Years of Success. Kai met Mr. Holmes at The 43rd Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus this year and invited him on the... more

Greg Greenlee is the Founder of the Blacks In Technology organization. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Greg has over 12+ years of technology experience as a Systems and Network Engineer. Greg has obtained several industry standard... more

Minority Tech: Journaling Through Blackness & Technology is the new book from technology translator Anjuan Simmons. Anjuan is a technologist with a successful track record of delivering technology solutions from the user interface to the... more

Mateen and I are back fresh from our visit to the nation's capitol to participate in the 43rd Annual Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference. Mateen was a featured author at The Author's Pavilion for his new book Inner... more

Anari Sengbe, founder of has some very interesting ideas regarding the plight of the Black Technologist. He and I have had several online conversations via the BiTWiSE fan page as well as the Blacks In Technology... more

Mr. Andrew West drops by to talk technology, The Modern CEO, and everything National Black Information Technology Leadership Organization (NBITLO). I have been working to get this young visionary on the show for a few years now and... more

Terry Jackson is a highly accomplished, experienced and dynamic Certified Executive Coach, Leadership Development Coach, Life Coach, Sales Trainer, Business Coach and Consultant. Terry's passion and purpose is helping others... more

Jacquelyn Thomas is the Founder and Executive Director of Kids-N-Technology. Since 2002, Kids-N-Technology has worked to inspire students to improve their performance in Science, Engineering, Technology, and Math (STEM). KNT... more

With infinite ways to get the news, each with its own take on an event, the result has been more noise and fewer facts. sorts through the noise to find answers while taking different points of view into consideration. Enter... more

In 2010 I wrote an article for The Atanta Post where I posed the question: Where Are the Black Mobile App Developers?? I am happy to report that since then several Black mobile developers have answered the call. Lateef Martin, creator... more
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