Color-Coded is an examination of a father-son relationship that traces Hurston/Wright Award winner Clyde W. Ford’s story as a systems engineer at IBM and his father’s life as the first Black systems engineer hired by Big Blue. A story that is both a memoir and an exploration of the slow change in race relations, compared to the lightning speed of technology. Click the right or left arrows to read an excerpt from the book.
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Due Fall 2019 from Amistad/HarperCollins