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I Tried to Build a Social Justice Startup. It Was Tougher Than I Thought.

My dream of creating a sex education platform proved to be complex and contentious

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AsAs a queer woman of color, I’ve long regarded my work as a founder and entrepreneur in the straight, male world of tech as a form of activism. But I also knew I…

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Andrea Barrica

Andrea Barrica

founder/ceo at O.school. previously: venture partner @500startups. co-founder @inDinero. she/they. QWOC.

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